The Journal of Clinical Diabetology: The primary purpose of Journal of Clinical Diabetology is to act as a source of updation for advances in diabetes management; the information aims at providing the clinician who is tackling patients with diabetes mellitus and who are thereby at risk for development of various complications if left untreated or even under-treated. The journal also aims at compiling the current trends in thoughts of caregivers active in the field of diabetes management as well as the latest in medical literature on the subject.
In addition to general articles on clinical aspects of diabetes mellitus, Journal of Clinical Diabetology also comprises articles on all areas of diabetes and its related syndromes. Topics covered relevant to the diabetic patient will include diagnosis, pathogenesis, and clinical management of: diabetes management, diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy and nephropathy; peripheral vascular disease and coronary heart disease; gastrointestinal disorders, renal failure and impotence; and hypertension and hyperlipidemia. Journal of Clinical Diabetology will also publish papers on the general pathogenesis and prevention of diabetes.
Chief Editor: Dr Samar Banerjee
Journal Article Themes
- Feature Article
- News You Can Use
- Clinical Queries Answered
- Case In Point
- Practical Pointers
- Photo Quiz
About the Editor-in-Chief
Dr Samar Banerjee is one of the experts in Diabetes with super specialization in gestational diabetes mellitus. After completing a glorious tenure in Nilratan Sarkar Medical College, Kolkata as Professor and Head, Department of Internal Medicine, he is rendering praiseworthy experience to the medical students in Vivekanand Institute of Medical Sciences, West Bengal. He is one of the Founder Members of Diabetes in Pregnancy Study Group in India. Dr Banerjee has held a number of prestigious positions like Chairman of the Association of Physicians of India, West Bengal, Vice-Chairman, Diabetic Association of India, Kolkata Chapter and is most recently the President of the RSSDI.
He was in the International Advisory Editorial Board of Davidson’s Textbook of Medicine and has more than 80 notable contributions in overseas-based scholarly works. He is also the contributor to the API Textbook of Medicine, RSSDI Textbook of Diabetes, and Davidson’s Case Discussion in Medicine. Dr Banerjee is committed to improving the scenario of diabetic care in India and is putting his efforts and knowledge to accomplish this commitment.