Diabetes Therapy publishes supplements and special issues (in English or a local language). Material appropriate for supplements/special issues include: sponsored meeting proceedings, roundtable discussions, workshop reports, case series, and collections of articles on the same topic. All articles are subject to peer review, and must adhere to the ICMJE and GPP policies on acknowledgments/disclosures.
Our sponsored journal supplements provide a versatile and effective method to ensure rapid dissemination of focused content to a target audience of healthcare professionals of your choice.
Each supplement is customized to fit your organization's needs, whether it is symposium proceedings, sponsored issues, or a customized collection of articles endorsed by your key thought leader.
The content will be edited in the style and format of the journal, published with the journal cover, with its contents endorsed by the journal.
We can print as many copies as you need for your distribution; copies will also be sent to all journal subscribers. Supplements will be published on the journal website, SpringerLink, and the abstracting and indexing services.
Other features of our supplement program include:
- Rapid lead times: online publication 4-6 weeks after acceptance
- Advertising: for both your brand and organization
- Print copies supplied for your promotional purposes
- Free online versions for utilization in your marketing campaigns
- Alternative formats, e.g., CD-ROMs, pocket-sized versions
- Competitive pricing
All supplements are peer-reviewed and follow the ICMJE guidelines for sponsored supplements.
Proposals for supplements are welcomed, and should be addressed to Hayley.Wood@springer.com.↑ Back to top