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Events 2011

  • ISH Endorsed Event

    ISH Teaching Workshops China 2011

    Mongolia (Hohhot) and Guiyang (Southern China)

    The ISH together with the Chinese Hypertension League (CHL) held two workshops in China in July. These were the third set of workshops aimed at bringing to remote regions of China an awareness of the problems caused by high blood pressure to the population and society as well as to individuals.

    More July 30th 2011 to July 31st 2011

  • ISH Endorsed Event

    The ISH in Latin America

    Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador

    In order to ensure clear and productive working relationships with our global constituents, the ISH established the Regional Advisory Groups (RAGs). One important region that has a long and proud tradition in blood pressure research is Central and South America.

    More October 5th 2011 to October 7th 2011

  • ISH Endorsed Event

    5th ISH African Teaching Seminar

    Maputo, Mozambique

    The 5th Hypertension Teaching Seminar took place from 6-7 October 2011 in Maputo, Mozambique.

    This successful event was organised by the ISH Low and Middle Income Countries Outreach Committee (LMICOC) in collaboration with the European Society of Hypertension (ESH), the World Hypertension League (WHL), the Mozambican Heart Association (AMOCOR) and the International Forum for Hypertension Control and Prevention in Africa (IFHA), and supported by the International Society of Nephrology (ISN).

    More October 6th 2011 to October 7th 2011

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