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Status of Diabetes Care: New Challenges, New Concepts, New Measures—Focusing on the Future!

With the release of this issue, our editorial team is now at the 3.5-year mark in our tenure of overseeing the scientific aspects of Diabetes Care . During this time, we have done our best to keep you up to date on all changes, innovations, progress, and successes of the journal. We realize that wit... Full description

Journal Title: Cefalu W. T., A. J. Boulton, W. V. Tamborlane, R. G. Moses, D. LeRoith, E. L. Greene, F. B. Hu, et al. 2015. “Status of Diabetes Care: New Challenges, New Concepts, New Measures—Focusing on the Future!.” Diabetes Care 38 (7): 1177-1180. doi:10.2337/dc15-0875. http://dx.doi.org/10.2337/dc15-0875.
Main Author: Cefalu, William T.
Other Authors: Boulton, Andrew J.M. , Tamborlane, William V. , Moses, Robert G. , Leroith, Derek , Greene, Eddie L. , Hu, Frank B. , Bakris, George , Wylie-Rosett, Judith , Rosenstock, Julio , Weinger, Katie , Blonde, Lawrence , De Groot, Mary , Riddle, Matthew C. , Henry, Robert , Golden, Sherita Hill , Rich, Stephen , Reynolds, Lyn
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title: Status of Diabetes Care: New Challenges, New Concepts, New Measures—Focusing on the Future!
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  • Cefalu, William T.
  • Boulton, Andrew J.M.
  • Tamborlane, William V.
  • Moses, Robert G.
  • Leroith, Derek
  • Greene, Eddie L.
  • Hu, Frank B.
  • Bakris, George
  • Wylie-Rosett, Judith
  • Rosenstock, Julio
  • Weinger, Katie
  • Blonde, Lawrence
  • De Groot, Mary
  • Riddle, Matthew C.
  • Henry, Robert
  • Golden, Sherita Hill
  • Rich, Stephen
  • Reynolds, Lyn
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ispartof: Cefalu, W. T., A. J. Boulton, W. V. Tamborlane, R. G. Moses, D. LeRoith, E. L. Greene, F. B. Hu, et al. 2015. “Status of Diabetes Care: New Challenges, New Concepts, New Measures—Focusing on the Future!.” Diabetes Care 38 (7): 1177-1180. doi:10.2337/dc15-0875. http://dx.doi.org/10.2337/dc15-0875.
description: With the release of this issue, our editorial team is now at the 3.5-year mark in our tenure of overseeing the scientific aspects of Diabetes Care . During this time, we have done our best to keep you up to date on all changes, innovations, progress, and successes of the journal. We realize that with each issue we are responsible for providing new information to help health care professionals care for people with diabetes and to stimulate the research community in its quest for new discoveries and new treatment paradigms. At this time last year, our editorial on the status of Diabetes Care was titled “It Just Doesn’t Get Any Better … or Does It?” (1). We also questioned whether in another 12 months we would “still be asking, ‘Can it possibly get any better than this?’” With this report, we feel that question has clearly been answered in the affirmative. A new norm for excellence has been established at Diabetes Care . Over the last year, the number of new submissions reached record levels and the quality of the published articles (our primary metric) has never been higher. Moreover, the range of topics our journal covers is unlike that of any other. In the last year, we presented reports on new medications, new combinations of medications, critical reviews of safety of commercially available agents, extended outcomes of bariatric surgery, new data on the microbiome, latest developments in the artificial pancreas, staggering data on economic costs and analysis, emerging ideas on the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes, functional imaging studies, cognitive outcomes, and corneal nerve morphology, just to name a few—the list goes on and on! The journal also disseminates Scientific Statements, Consensus Reports, and Position Statements carefully prepared by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) (see Table 1 for highlighted …
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descriptionWith the release of this issue, our editorial team is now at the 3.5-year mark in our tenure of overseeing the scientific aspects of Diabetes Care . During this time, we have done our best to keep you up to date on all changes, innovations, progress, and successes of the journal. We realize that with each issue we are responsible for providing new information to help health care professionals care for people with diabetes and to stimulate the research community in its quest for new discoveries and new treatment paradigms. At this time last year, our editorial on the status of Diabetes Care was titled “It Just Doesn’t Get Any Better … or Does It?” (1). We also questioned whether in another 12 months we would “still be asking, ‘Can it possibly get any better than this?’” With this report, we feel that question has clearly been answered in the affirmative. A new norm for excellence has been established at Diabetes Care . Over the last year, the number of new submissions reached record levels and the quality of the published articles (our primary metric) has never been higher. Moreover, the range of topics our journal covers is unlike that of any other. In the last year, we presented reports on new medications, new combinations of medications, critical reviews of safety of commercially available agents, extended outcomes of bariatric surgery, new data on the microbiome, latest developments in the artificial pancreas, staggering data on economic costs and analysis, emerging ideas on the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes, functional imaging studies, cognitive outcomes, and corneal nerve morphology, just to name a few—the list goes on and on! The journal also disseminates Scientific Statements, Consensus Reports, and Position Statements carefully prepared by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) (see Table 1 for highlighted …
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