Meeting with National Societies June 2007

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The Annual ESH Meeting with the Presidents of the National Hypertension Societies : 

The Annual ESH Meeting with the Presidents of the National Hypertension Societies Opening Future ESH Scientific Meetings (Sverre E. Kjeldsen) 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines (Giuseppe Mancia) European Hypertension Specialist – Training and Accreditation (Serap Erdine) ESH Newsletters (Krzysztof Narkiewicz) ESH Website (Peter Nilsson) ESH Summer School in 2006-9 (Renata Cífková) Advanced Course on Hypertension in 2007 and in the future (Renata Cífková) ESH Traveling Faculty (Stéphane Laurent) ESH Research Fellowships (Anna Dominiczak) Survey of the European Society of Hypertension (Renata Cífková) Centers of Excellence in Hypertension (Margus Viigimaa) Strengthening the relationship between ESH and the National Societies (Harry A.J. Struijker-Boudier) Closure

Future ESH Meetings: 

Future ESH Meetings 18th Meeting- Berlin (14-19.06.2008) ESH/ISH 19th Meeting- Milan (13-16.06.2009) 20th Meeting- Oslo (18-23.06.2010) 21st Meeting- Milan (2011) 22nd Meeting- London (2012) 23rd Meeting- Milan (2013) 24th Meeting- Athens (2014) ESH/ISH

2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines : 

2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines

European Hypertension Specialist Programme : 

European Hypertension Specialist Programme

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To identify European Hypertension Specialists in European countries To contribute to the formation of these specialists by teaching and training courses on hypertension To improve treatment of hypertension in Europe (currently effective in a low number of patients) and thus obtain a better prevention of cardiovascular disease. Goals of the ESH Hypertension Specialist Programme

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Clinical experience in hypertension (not less than 10 years) with particular reference to referral of patients with difficult hypertension 2. Training in a medical speciality germane to hypertension (Internal Medicine, Nephrology, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Primary care, etc.) 3. A certain degree of scientific activity (e.g. publications on clinical hypertension, participation in clinical trials, etc.) 4. Continuing interest and updating in hypertension as shown by participation in scientific meetings and membership in hypertension related scientific societies. 5. Recognition by their peers at national levels. Eligibility criteria for Specialist in Clinical hypertension

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Nominations will also be based on credits obtained through participation in - scientific meetings - and teaching courses organized / endorsed by ESH. Scientific Meetings • Yearly meetings of ESH: 3 credits • International meetings endorsed by ESH: 2 credits • Meetings of National Hypertension Societies: 1 credit

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- Each applicant has to send his/her application form (available through his/her National Hypertension Society or Internet) to a National Selection Committee nominated by the National Hypertension Society. Upon approval by the National Selection Committee the application form is sent to the Steering Committee for European Hypertension Specialist of ESH. This Committee takes the final decision about the nomination in consultation with an Advisory Accreditation Committee formed by representatives of each National Hypertension Society.

ESH Newsletters : 

ESH Newsletters

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www.eshonline.org The official website of the European Society of Hypertension

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www.eshonline.org: statistics (June 14, 2007) Record visits March 21: new website online June 14

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www.eshonline.org + www.my-hypertension.org: statistics (June 14, 2007) June 14

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www.eshonline.org: ESH 2007 Guidelines June 13, 5 pm: banner to download the pdf Guidelines + registration form available online mail-alert June 15, 1 pm: 1248 registered users & 1248 downloads!!!

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www.eshonline.org: top 10 pages viewed (Jan-May 07) > Tot. Pages viewed Jan-May 2007: 608.543 > Pages viewed/month Jan-May 2007: 121.709 > Pages viewed/user/month Jan-May 2007: 8

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www.my-hypertension.org: the new website

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www.my-hypertension.org: The Patient Education website has been given an updated look and redesigned to simplify navigation and make information easier to access The new website, online June 14, includes: new URL: www.my-hypertension.org new graphics new layout and… new Editor and contents

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www.my-hypertension.org: statistics (June 14, 2007) Website launched New website online June 11, 2007

ESH Summer School : 

ESH Summer School

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2006 ESH Summer School Valencia, September 9-14 Course Director: Josep Redon Number of participants: 50

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2007 ESH Summer School Olympia, September 22-28 Course Director: A. Manolis

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2007 ESH Summer School Number of candidates per country Austria 2 Belgium 4 Belarus 2 Croatia 2 Cyprus 3 Czech Republic 3 Denmark 2 Estonia 2 Finland 1 France 1 Georgia 1 Greece 6 Hungary 2 Ireland 3 Israel 5 Italy 2 Lithuania 2 the Netherlands 2 Norway 1 Poland 3 Portugal 2 Romania 2 Russia 2 Slovakia 1 Slovenia 1 Spain 1 Sweden 3 UK 1 Ukraine 2 Total: 29 countries 64 candidates

ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension : 

ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension

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2007 Advanced Course on Hypertension Sestriere, March 4-11 Austria* 1 Belgium* 1 Croatia* 1 Cyprus* 1 Czech Republic 2 Estonia 1 Finland 1 France 1 Greece 2 Hungary 2 Italy 3 the Netherlands 2 Norway 1 Poland 2 Portugal* 1 Saudi Arabia 1 Slovakia* 1 Slovenia* 1 Turkey 2 United Kingdom 1 Total: 20 countries 28 participants (*7 presidents/representatives of national societies of hypertension)

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ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension March 1-8, 2008 Place to be announced, Italy Course Directors: Giuseppe Mancia, Milan, Italy Renata Cifkova, Prague, Czech Republic Who should attend? Certified European Hypertension Specialists or those who wish to improve their knowledge in clinical hypertension and apply for European Hypertension Specialists in the near future.

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ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension Topics to be covered Large clinical trials ESH guidelines Epidemiology Genetics ABPM and home BP readings Kidney in hypertension Renovascular hypertension Diabetic nephropathy Hypertension in pregnancy Endocrine hypertension Obstructive sleep apnea Brain and hypertension Resistant hypertension Hypertension and CHD Heart and hypertension Hypertension and diabetes Hypertension in the elderly Blood pressure and exercise

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”How to” sessions How to assess arterial stiffness How to assess sympathetic nervous activity How to assess an echo and carotid ultrasound How to assess endothelial function in humans How to assess arterial distensibility ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension

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ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension Daily schedule 08:00-10:00 lectures 16:00-16:30 coffee break, light refreshment 16:30-18:30 lectures (“How to” sessions) 18:30-19:00 coffee break 19:00-20:00 lecture (case presentations)

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ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension Expenses Covered by ESH: Accommodation and travel expenses of the faculty Covered by national hypertension societies: Accommodation (2007: 1,900 Euro + 20% VAT incl. half board, transfers, hostesses) and travel expenses for fellows

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ESH Advanced Course on Hypertension Deadline for application: December 1, 2007 Where to send the application Dr Renata Cífková Department of Preventive Cardiology Inst.Clin.Exp.Medicine Vídeňská 1958/9 140 21 Prague 4 Czech Republic Phone: +420-2-617-11-399 Fax: +420-2-617-10-666 e-mail: recf@medicon.cz Each application must be supported by a national hypertension society in Europe, and must include the participant's CV in English including a list of publications.

European Society of Hypertension Traveling Faculty: 

European Society of Hypertension Traveling Faculty

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1. ESH Educational Master course on HYPERTENSION 2007 Hungary Balatonfüred 9 May 2007 Bulgaria Sofia 12 May 2007 Russia TBD 13/14 September 2007 Slovenia Ljubljana 21/22 September 2007 Finland Helsinki 5/6 October 2007 Romania Bucharest 12/13 October 2007 Latvia Riga 19/20 October 2007 Czech Republic Prague 26/27 October 2007 Bulgaria Plovdiv 9/10 November 2007 Albania Tirana 23/24 November 2007 Unrestricted Educational Grant from Menarini ESH Teaching Faculty Program 2007

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1. ESH Educational Master course on HYPERTENSION 2007 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM (I)   Friday afternoon and Saturday. Every lecture : 45 min + 30 min discussion FRIDAY 1. Assessment of organ damage and total cardiovascular risk in 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines ESH Opinion Leader 2. Treatment goals and strategies in 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines ESH Opinion Leader 3. Problems and treatment in special clinical conditions in 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines ESH Opinion Leader 4. Main current research projects in the host Country (local state of the art about the discussed topics) Local Opinion Leader

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1. ESH Educational Master course on HYPERTENSION 2007 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM (II)   SATURDAY MORNING: Interactive session (2 hours) on 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines with emphasis on: - novelties - missing points - controversies All Faculty members (ESH + local speakers)   Implementation of Guidelines in the host Country: problems and suggestions (45 minutes.) Local Opinion Leader   Clinical Case (n. 1 clinical case presentation - 1 hour) Local Opinion Leaders SATURDAY AFTERNOON : Poster session + Round table about specific topics

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1. ESH Educational Master course on HYPERTENSION 2007 PROGRAM COMMITTEE Prof. Giuseppe Mancia (co-ordinator), Milan, Italy    Prof. Renata Cífková, Prague, Czech Republic   Prof. Sverre E. Kjeldsen, Oslo, Norway   Prof. Stephane Laurent, Paris, France   Prof. Krzysztof Narkiewicz, Gdansk, Poland   Prof. Margus Viigimaa, Tallinn, Estonia

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2. ESH Guidelines, Educational Tour in China (July 6-8, 2007) ESH Teaching Faculty Program 2007 Objectives - To bring world-class hypertension conference to Asia - To diffuse ESH-ESC Guidelines to a wide audience (live videobroadcasting in several cities) - To discuss the new aspects of ESH-ESC 2007 guidelines In practice - Previous experiences : AHA 2005, ACC 2004, 2005, 2006, WCC 2006 - Whole day conferences in Beijng and Shanghai - Different audiences : - Chinese KOL from national societies - Consultant-grade/dept head of hospitals - Practitioners - In China : 2 ESH Council members : Prs Dominiczak and Vigiima - in Europe : 3 remote speakers via telephone : Ps Mancia, Narkievicz and Laurent

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3. China-Europe Hypertension and Vascular Research Forum. Great Wall Cardiology Meeting (10-13 October 2007). ESH Teaching Faculty Program 2007 Objective - To focus on clinical aspects of hypertension and vascular research - To exchange respective views about the recommendations on management and treatment of hypertension In practice - One day scientific meeting - Co-organized by - ESH (6-8 speakers) - the Cardiologists, Chinese Doctors Association - the Chinese Society of Cardiology, Chinese Medical Association (Prof. Hu Dayi, Prof. JiGuang Wang), 6-8 speakers

Research Grants - ESH Fellowships: 

Research Grants - ESH Fellowships

ESH Hypertension Excellence Centres: 

ESH Hypertension Excellence Centres

ESH Hypertension Excellence Centres today: 

ESH Hypertension Excellence Centres today ESH Scientific Council has approved in April 2007 65 centers in the first round of applicants, representing 13 European countries. The list of ESH Hypertension Excellence Centres will be published in the journals endorsed by the ESH (Journal of Hypertension and Blood Pressure). Official certificates will be handed to the heads of these centres during the 17th European Meeting on Hypertension in Milan, June 15-19, 2007.

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The applications should be sent to: Prof. Margus Viigimaa Centre of Cardiology North Estonia Medical Centre Sütiste St. 19 Tallin 13419 Estonia E-mail: magus.viigimaa@regionaalhaigla.ee www.eshonline.org

Applications to become a Centre of Excellence received before December 31, 2007, will be evaluated by the ESH Scientific Council in March 2008.: 

Applications to become a Centre of Excellence received before December 31, 2007, will be evaluated by the ESH Scientific Council in March 2008.

Strengthening the relationship between ESH and the National Societies : 

Strengthening the relationship between ESH and the National Societies

The Annual ESH Meeting with the Presidents of the National Hypertension Societies : 

The Annual ESH Meeting with the Presidents of the National Hypertension Societies Opening Future ESH Scientific Meetings (Sverre E. Kjeldsen) 2007 ESH/ESC Guidelines (Giuseppe Mancia) European Hypertension Specialist – Training and Accreditation (Serap Erdine) ESH Newsletters (Krzysztof Narkiewicz) ESH Website (Peter Nilsson) ESH Summer School in 2006-9 (Renata Cífková) Advanced Course on Hypertension in 2007 and in the future (Renata Cífková) ESH Traveling Faculty (Stéphane Laurent) ESH Research Fellowships (Anna Dominiczak) Survey of the European Society of Hypertension (Renata Cífková) Centers of Excellence in Hypertension (Margus Viigimaa) Strengthening the relationship between ESH and the National Societies (Harry A.J. Struijker-Boudier) Closure

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