Diabetes

Three ways to improve diabetes care through telehealth

Grocery stores, airports and beaches aren't great places to have telehealth visits with your endocrinologist. But home can be one of the best locations, giving a doctor helpful insights into a patient's home environment, ...

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Locums and permanent GPs equally safe, study says

There is no evidence that locum doctors are less clinically competent or practice less safely than permanent doctors, a study in England led by University of Manchester researchers has shown.

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Diabetes Care (journal)

Diabetes Care is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published since 1978 by the American Diabetes Association. A monthly publication, Diabetes Care is a journal for the health care practitioner that is intended to increase knowledge, stimulate research, and promote better management of people with diabetes. To achieve these goals, the journal publishes original research on human studies in the following five categories: 1) clinical care/education/nutrition/psychosocial research, 2) epidemiology/health services research, 3) emerging treatments and technologies, 4) pathophysiology/complications, and 5) cardiovascular and metabolic risk. The journal also publishes clinically relevant review articles, letters to the editor, and commentaries. Topics covered are or interest to clinically oriented physicians, researchers, epidemiologists, diabetes educators, and other health professionals.

The impact factor of the journal is 7.851 (2007), ranking fourth in the field of Endocrinology/Metabolism out of 92 journals.

International editions of the journal include Asian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Turkish, Spanish, Portuguese, Middle Eastern, Chinese, and Polish editions.

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