4 août 2016
American Society of Hypertension
ASH? is the largest organization of hypertension researchers and health care providers in the United States committed to preventing and treating hypertension and its consequences. ASH has a domestic and international membership of basic science & clinical investigators, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, as well as individuals with a scientific interest in hypertension.
The American Society of Hypertension, Inc. (ASH) was founded in 1985 in order to provide a forum for the exchange of information among basic scientists, clinical investigators and others involved in the study or management of high blood pressure. The specific focus of the Society is to translate current research findings on hypertension into effective treatment strategies, in order to better address the needs of hypertensive patients.
Serves as a hypertension information resource and advocate for hypertensive patients, Hypertension Specialists, the hypertension academic, scientific and clinical communities, and the public at large
Serves as a collegial networking forum for domestic and international basic scientists and clinical investigators translating bench and clinical research findings for hypertension and its consequences into efficacious treatment strategies
Serves as an ACCME Accredited Education Provider for physicians and other health care providers presenting high quality educational activities that translate current research into strategies for the awareness, detection, treatment and prevention of hypertension. Society educational media include :
Annual Scientific Meeting/Satellite Symposia
Clinical Hypertension Review Course
Enduring Materials (Internet CME, CD-Rom, journal CME, monographs, etc.)
Serves as the publisher of scientific, academic and patient information on hypertension
Official Journals :
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL HYPERTENSION (JCH) Clinical Treatment Focus
JOURNAL OF AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HYPERTENSION (JASH) Translational Research
Serves as an active professional partner with government, industry and related professional organizations on public policy issues and hypertension community outreach programs
Serves as a coordinating center for hypertension community outreach programs through its Regional Chapters