Hypertension Specialist News

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ESH Online Education

The European Society of Hypertension is pleased to announce the updated version of the ESH e-Learning Hypertension Self-Assessment Programme is now available.

2018 ESH Hypertension Summer School

September 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland

The European Society of Hypertension (ESH) welcomes bids from scientists, research groups or European National Societies of Hypertension to host the ESH Annual Meeting in 2022.
Local organisers should be prepared to host a meeting to attract around 3,000​-4,000​ delegates and to meet with the terms set by the Society.
Prospective applicants should prepare a comprehensive proposal to be submitted by e-mail to the ESH Secretariat no later than Friday April 6, 2018, 17:00 hrs CET.

Hypertension Highlights from the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2017

The first late-breaking clinical trial presented was RACE 3, a multicentre, randomized, open-label study designed to test the hypothesis that upstream therapy of risk factors is superior to conventional therapy for sinus rhythm maintenance at 12 months, in 250 patients with early symptomatic persistent atrial fibrillation and early mild to moderate heart failure.

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– Eligibility to apply for ESH Hypertension Specialist status
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In 2015 the ESH Excellence Centres celebrated 10 year of excellence in hypertension and cardiovascular prevention. The rationale for the ESH Excellence Centres was created and further elaborated at the ESH Educational Committee meeting in Italy in July 2005. The European Society of Hypertension (ESH) is making continuous efforts to manage the burden of hypertension in Europe by stimulating scientific exchange related to knowledge about hypertension, and supporting and building organizations committed to work for the control of hypertension.