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Call for candidates

You can now apply for a position of Nucleus member within the Council.

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Membership

Number of members: 950



The Council on Hypertension aims to bring together all healthcare professionals actively involved or interested in the field of Hypertension.

Council on Hypertension Membership BENEFITS

Benefits
Regular

Services & Discount

 
Access to the Council on Hypertension Newsletter

Career enhancement

 
Access to Hypertension member directory
Joining an interactive and efficient network in Hypertension

Rights

 
Access to Automatic ESC Membership and benefits
Eligible to vote in Council nucleus elections (restrictions apply*)
Eligible to apply for Council nucleus positions (restrictions apply**)  ✓

*Only for members of ESC member countries (country of work).

** Only for members of ESC member countries (country of work). Candidates cannot simultaneously hold a position on Nuclei/Boards of other ESC Constituent Bodies.

Sign up for Council on Hypertension Membership


Regular
Membership

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Find out more about the application process

Membership is free.

When applying online, you will be requested to login via “MY ESC”.

Who can apply?

The Council on Hypertension welcomes persons actively involved or interested in clinical and/or research activities in the field of Hypertension.

Who are the Hypertension Members?

More than 950 colleagues from more than 100 different countries are already members of the Council on Hypertension.