American Diabetes Association and American Physiological Society join GetFTR as publishing partners
There are now 18 publishers working with GetFTR to streamline access to their content.
Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is delighted to welcome two leading US scientific society publishers to the service.
American Diabetes Association (ADA) and American Physiological Society (APS) are the latest publishers to sign up for the service which is designed to improve the journey from discovery to access, and to support publishers in helping their researchers quickly reach published content they are entitled to read.
Heather Norton Blackburn, Director, Professional Publications for the American Diabetes Association, said, “ADA is always looking for ways to increase access to our professional content, and GetFTR will make that easier for many of our readers. With Silverchair, the implementation process was very easy, which we also appreciated.”
“We continually seek out ways to ensure we are meeting researchers with streamlined access to our content during their personal research journey,” said Stacey Burke, Publications Director at the American Physiological Society. “With GetFTR, researchers can see their access to APS journals in their affiliated discovery tools and collaborative networks during their research workflow, which speeds up scientific discoveries and allows for easy citation of APS articles in their findings.”
“We are delighted to welcome these two leading U.S. societies to GetFTR and look forward to helping them streamline the route from discovery to access for their customers,” Dianne Benham, Product Lead for GetFTR, said. “We would also like to thank Atypon and Silverchair who have worked with us to make the process of getting set up to use GetFTR as straightforward as possible.”
Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is a free-to-use solution that enables faster access for researchers to the published journal articles they need. If you would like to find out more about the service please contact with Dianne Benham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the American Diabetes Association (ADA)
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is the nation’s leading voluntary health organization fighting to bend the curve on the diabetes epidemic and help people living with diabetes thrive.
For 82 years, the ADA has driven discovery and research to treat, manage, and prevent diabetes while working relentlessly for a cure. Through advocacy, program development, and education we aim to improve the quality of life for the over 133 million Americans living with diabetes or prediabetes. Diabetes has brought us together, what we do next will make us Connected for Life®.
Vist Diabetesjournals.org for more information.
About the American Physiological Society
Physiology is a broad area of scientific inquiry that focuses on how molecules, cells, tissues and organs function in health and disease. The American Physiological Society connects a global, multidisciplinary community of more than 10,000 biomedical scientists and educators as part of its mission to advance scientific discovery, understand life and improve health. The Society publishes 16 highly regarded peer-reviewed journals and a line-up of books that provide a critical platform for physiological research and support the community of researchers and educators in their work.
Visit www.physiology.org for more information.