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  • Adherence to Prescribed Drug Treatment

    (Reports from the June 2017 issue of ISH Hypertension News)

    An introduction by Thomas Kahan is followed by three papers on the topic of adherence to prescribed drug treatment. Each has a different focus: (1) the use of registries, (2) clinical aspects (3) ethics.

    Read More 05/07/2017

  • Council's Corner: Hypertension Issues, A Personal View (Nadia Khan)

    In the June 2017 issue of ISH Hypertension News, Nadia Khan shares her views on hypertension in a report entitled 'Expanding the Workforce in Hypertension: A Focus on Pharmacists'.

    Read More 05/07/2017

  • Lipid Lowering in the Hypertensive Patient

    (A report by Peter Sever from the June 2017 issue of ISH Hypertension News)

    Hypertension and dyslipidaemia frequently co-exist. It is not surprising, therefore, that the majority of hypertensive patients warrant consideration for concomitant lipid-lowering therapy.

    Read More 05/07/2017

  • ISN Global Kidney Policy Forums

    The International Society of Nephrology (ISN) held the first in a series of Global Kidney Policy Forums on 21st April 2017 in Mexico City.

    Read More 04/07/2017

  • Certificate Course in Management of Hypertension

    Certificate Course in Management of Hypertension (CCMH) is a joint certification programme designed and implemented by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) in collaboration with the International Society of Hypertension (ISH), the British and Irish Hypertension Society (BIHS), and the Center for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC).

    Read More 28/06/2017

  • Join ISH

    The Society welcomes membership from trainees, junior and established scientists, clinicians, health care providers and allied health care workers, all with a common interest in hypertension research.Different membership categories are offered for those at varying stages of their careers, to encourage involvement in the exciting global activities of the Society. These member categories range from Research Fellows, Emerging Leaders to longstanding Professional Members and Emeritus Fellows.

    Read More 23/06/2017

  • Inaugural ISH Mentorship Scholar Award - WINNERS

    There is a critical need to establish and support high quality training programmes within low/middle income countries that can enhance the early careers of researchers in the basic science, clinical and public health areas of hypertension. To help meet this need, in 2016 the Society advertised that awards would be made available to mentors and organisations in low/middle income countries with the expertise and resources to offer fellowship training in hypertension disciplines to young investigators.

    Read More 21/06/2017

  • ISH Mentorship and Mentorship Networking Event - 17 June

    Are you attending the ESH Milan meeting this week? If yes, we invite you to join us at the ISH Networking and Mentorship Social Event on Saturday 17th June (from 19:30 hrs).

    Read More 14/06/2017

  • Deborah David-Ona interview - June New Investigator of the month

    Join us in congratulating our June 2017 ISH New Investigator of the month, Deborah David-Ona - Clinical Associate Professor, Section of Hypertension, University of the Philippines, Philippine General Hospital, Manila.

    Read More 30/05/2017

  • May Measurement Month Blood Pressure Infographic

    New infographic of key stats helps increase awareness of the serious consequences of untreated high blood pressure.

    Read More 28/05/2017

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