Commercial Reprints/ePrints and Translations
Commercial article reprints and electronic reprints (ePrints) are a powerful way to present diabetes educators, nurse practitioners, and clinicians involved in the care of people with diabetes information about your product(s). Promote awareness and credibility through ADA journals. ADA commercial reprints and ePrints are produced at the highest quality, with options for customization (such as adding the journal cover, disclaimer text, and company logos).
To purchase English-language article reprints and ePrints (greater than 100 qty), or to request a quote, please contact:
Content Sales Specialist
Sheridan Content Services
Phone: 1-800-635-7181, ext. 8065
To purchase translated-language reprints and ePrints, or to request a quote, please contact:
Manpreet K. Riyat
Springer Healthcare Ltd
Strategic Partnerships Team
Phone: +44 20 31922443
Permission for Reuse of ADA Journals Content
The American Diabetes Association holds copyright on all content published in ADA Journals, unless otherwise noted. Readers may use the content as long as the work is properly cited and linked to the original source, the use is educational and not for profit, and the work is not altered. ADA journals articles may not be included without ADA permission in educational materials that are sold to students or used in courses for which tuition or other fees are charged.
Content published in ADA journals may not be reproduced without permission from the publisher. All requests for reuse, with the exception of translations, are processed through Copryright Clearance Center (CCC). To request permission from CCC, click on "Get Permissions" to the right of the online version of the article(s) containing the content you wish reuse.
Authors of ADA journal articles are permitted to reuse portions of their ADA-copyrighted work, including tables and figures, in their own work, and to reuse portions or all of their ADA-copyrighted work for educational purposes, without submitting a request to ADA, provided that the proper citation and copyright information is given.
For permission to translate, please send an e-mail containing the volume, issue, and page range of the article, the language, and the quantity to firstname.lastname@example.org.