The Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis is a systematic assessment of the volume and impact of publications relevant to type 1 diabetes. By analysing the impact of over 22,000 publications in type 1 diabetes publications between 2008 and 2012, the Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis identified leading and emerging contributors who are shaping the global landscape of type 1 diabetes research.
- Globally over 22,000 articles about type 1 diabetes (T1D) were published during the five years of the review (2008 – 2012)
- The volume of publications about T1D grew by 30% in that period
- Australia’s contribution to the volume of global scientific literature in T1D has almost doubled in the last ten years
- Australia has the 6th largest proportion of T1D publications focused on clinical research
- Australia ranks in the top ten countries in the world in the quality of T1D research published
- JDRF funds over 8% of all T1D publications globally and 15% of T1D publications in Australia, and JDRF-funded publications in Australia are cited almost twice as many times as other publications
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The Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis was conducted as a part of the Global Diabetes Research Innovation Partnership between the Macquarie Group Foundation and JDRF Australia.