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ESC Congress includes many sessions on hypertension that require session chairpersons. There are also opportunities for numerous keynote lectures on a variety of topics, that are selected by the programme committee. To ensure that there is broad representation for session chairpersons and keynote lectures, we have decided to create a data base of potential session chairs and keynote lecturers.
The Hypertension topic list here below may help you to propose your keynotes lectures :27.1. Hypertension – Pathophysiology and Mechanisms27.1.1. Target Organ Damage/Left Ventricular Hypertrophy27.1.2. Renin-Angiotensin System27.1.3. Endocrine Hypertension27.1.4. Renal Artery Stenosis / Autonomic Nervous System27.1.99. Secondary Hypertension, other27.2. Hypertension – Epidemiology, Prognosis, Outcome 27.3. Hypertension – Diagnostic Methods27.3.1. Blood Pressure Measurement27.3.2. Hypertension: Diagnostic Methods, Other27.4. Hypertension – Treatment27.4.1. Hypertension: Lifestyle Modification27.4.2. Hypertension: Pharmacotherapy27.4.3. Hypertension: Device Treatment and Intervention27.4.4. Hypertension: Treatment, Other27.5. Hypertension – Clinical27.99. Hypertension - Other
We want to engage the full membership of the ESC Council on Hypertension in this process. Please send us your suggestions on the form below and please feel free to suggest yourself. We also encourage you to suggest younger clinicians and scientists as well as established investigators.
Whilst we cannot guarantee that everyone suggested will be selected for the next ESC congress sessions, we will retain and continue to develop the list so we can make the hypertension sessions at the congress as inclusive as possible. This is your opportunity to contribute to your Council and the next ESC Congress.
Professor Bryan WilliamsChairman of the ESC Council on Hypertension
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