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

7-13 September 2018, Les Diablerets, Switzerland

THE MONTHLY ESH GUIDE THROUGH PUBLICATIONS – JUNE 2018
Edited by Costas Tsioufis and Alex Kasiakogias

We have enjoyed another great ESH meeting in Barcelona, with the presentation of the new European Hypertension Guidelines being undoubtedly its highlight!

Let’s have a look at the recent research that came out in the meantime.

Giuseppe Mancia, has been appointed Editor in Chief of the Journal of Hypertension for a period of three years.

The Journal of Hypertension is the official journal of the European Society of Hypertension and International Society of Hypertension with a slight increased new Impact Factor of 4.092.

Congratulations to the new Editor and we look forward to the continuing success and development of the Journal under his editorship.

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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.