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Featured article: How is neighborhood social disorganization associated with diabetes outcomes? A multilevel investigation of glycemic control and self-reported use of acute or emergency health care services

Diabetes management is influenced by a number of factors beyond the individual-level. This study examines how neighborhood social disorganization (i.e., neighborhoods characterized by high economic disadvantage, residential instability, and ethnic heterogeneity), is associated with diabetes-related outcomes. by S. Kowitt et al


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Aims and Scope

Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology is an open access journal publishing within the field of diabetes and endocrine disease. The journal aims to provide a widely available resource for people working within the field of diabetes and endocrinology, in order to improve the care of people affected by these conditions.

The audience includes, but is not limited to, physicians, researchers, nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists, podiatrists, psychologists, epidemiologists, exercise physiologists and health care researchers.

Research articles include patient-based research, translational research, as well as epidemiology and health care research. Clinical articles include case reports, case seminars, consensus statements, clinical practice guidelines and evidence-based medicine.

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Welcome New Editors-in-Chief

Welcome Dr. Ariel Barkan and Dr. Roma Gianchandani, the new Editors-in-Chief of Clinical Diabetes & Endocrinology

Meng Tan

Editor's Quote

"Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology aims to promote better care by health professionals for people with diabetes and endocrine disease, by sharing with them new research and clinical knowledge on various aspects of the disease and its management.

New knowledge about diseases and their management should be readily and freely accessible to health professionals worldwide to have global impact. To achieve this goal, Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology is an open-access, online journal. Our distinguished, international, Editorial Board comprises of experts from 19 nations and 5 continents bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience from across the globe.

Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology intends to enable our authors to share their newly uncovered knowledge with health professionals around the world who will use this new knowledge to promote better care for people with diabetes and endocrine diseases."

Prof Meng Tan, Former Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology



Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology is published in collaboration with the University of Michigan.

2017 Journal Metrics

  • Speed
    47 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only
    43 days to first decision for all manuscripts
    114 days from submission to acceptance
    21 days from acceptance to publication

    104 Altmetric Mentions