International Society of Hypertension

ISH 2018 Scientific Meeting: A warm welcome awaits you in Beijing

A warm welcome awaits you in Beijing at the ISH 2018 Scientific Meeting (20-23 September)

Dear colleague,


Standard rate registration extended to 30 August.


Reduced registration rates are available for:

  • ISH members
  • Those under the age of 35
  • Participants from low-income or lower-middle-income countries
  • Health Professionals - Non MD
  • Groups - on application

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In less than two month’s time, the International Society of Hypertension (ISH) will enjoy great science at the ISH 2018 Scientific Meeting in Beijing (Hypertension Beijing 2018) hosted by the Chinese Hypertension League (CHL) and organised jointly with the Asian Pacific Society of Hypertension (APSH).

An exciting three-day scientific programme covers the very best hypertension research and includes sessions on basic science, translational research, clinical trials and population studies. Over 150 international guest speakers and chairs and over 1,000 abstract-based speakers will share the latest findings in the field of hypertension and related cardiovascular diseases.

Not only will the meeting provide a platform for great science, networking and discussion, but the event will have a special focus on the regions, women in hypertension research and new investigators.

If you have not yet registered, read a report by Professor Thomas Unger (Chair, ISH Beijing 2018 Committee) to find out why you should join us in Beijing

Please come to Beijing for the ISH 2018 meeting to join forces with thousands of others all over the world with the common aim of stemming the tide of disease burden caused by raised blood pressure!

We look forward to welcoming you to Beijing in September.

Kind regards,

Neil Poulter

Professor Neil Poulter 
ISH President 

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