Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice (DRCP), the official journal of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), is a monthly international journal for healthcare providers and clinically oriented researchers that publishes high-quality original research articles and expert reviews in diabetes and related areas. The role of the journal is to provide a venue for dissemination of knowledge and discussion of topics related to diabetes clinical research and patient care.
Diabetes Voice is the quarterly magazine of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). Established in 1954, Diabetes Voice is one of the Federation’s most important communications tools.
Diabetes Voice plays a unique role in the distribution of global diabetes information: it is the only magazine to report to the worldwide diabetes community. Diabetes Voice covers the latest in health policy, diabetes care and management, health economics, research, and living with diabetes. In 2010, we launched a new section on the global campaign for diabetes and started to feature IDF Member Associations.
Diabetes Voice is aimed at all people who can influence the promotion of diabetes care, prevention and a cure worldwide. It is addressed to people who have an interest in the improvement of health and healthcare in their community and the world.
Healthcare providers, including diabetologists, endocrinologists, general practitioners
IDF welcomes the translation and/or reproduction of any material published in Diabetes Voice. Permission to translate or reproduce Diabetes Voice content is granted according to the conditions below. Please read these carefully before proceeding with an application to reproduce.
Applications shall be made on the Translation/Reproduction Permission Form, which can be downloaded as a PDF file (above) or obtained from the International Diabetes Federation, Executive Office, Chaussée de la Hulpe 166, 1170 Brussels, Belgium.
Applications seeking permission to translate or reproduce Diabetes Voice shall be addressed to the Managing Editor.
IDF shall hold copyright to any translated or reproduced material.
The translated publication or reproduction shall correspond in content to the original publication. The layout of such reproduced material shall also correspond to the original publication in so far as is reasonably possible.
The translated publication or reproduction shall acknowledge its source and indicate clearly the title, volume and issue numbers, and month of issue of the original publication.
If the translation or reproduction is to be funded by other sources, the funding partner involved in supporting the original publication shall be credited on the acknowledgments page of the translation or reproduction.
The logo of the funding partner supporting the translation or reproduction may only appear on advertisements and may not appear in the text or on the cover of the translated publication or reproduction.
The translated publication or reproduction shall also bear the words: ‘Opinions expressed in articles by contributors do not necessarily represent the view of the International Diabetes Federation.’
A copy of all translations or reproduced material shall be sent to the Managing Editor before publication. The Managing Editor will give approval for publication after verifying that it is a true translation or reproduction.
A copy of the final proof shall be sent to the Managing Editor before publication.
It shall be the responsibility of the applicant to seek copyright permission for artwork appearing in the original publication for which IDF does not hold copyright.
A copy of the translated publication or reproduction shall be sent to the Managing Editor.