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The Journal of Clinical Hypertension

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Edited By: Michael A. Weber, MD

Impact Factor: 2.958

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 25/65 (Peripheral Vascular Disease)

Online ISSN: 1751-7176

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Increased blood pressure is the leading risk factor for death and disability globally according to WHO Global Burden of Disease Study and the United Nations has agreed to a 2025 goal of reducing hypertension by 25% and dietary sodium by 30%.

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High Blood Pressure: Why Prevention and Control Are Urgent and Important – A 2014 Fact Sheet from the World Hypertension League and the International Society of Hypertension.

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The Journal of Clinical Hypertension is now the Official Journal of the World Hypertension League

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About WHL

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The objectives of the World Hypertension League are to promote the detection, control and prevention of arterial hypertension in populations globally. The World Hypertension League is a federation of leagues, societies, and other national bodies devoted to this goal. Individual membership is not possible. The thrust of the WHL's action is in liaison with the member organizations, promoting the exchange of information among them, and offering internationally applicable methods and programs for hypertension control. Bringing together and stimulating organizations committed to the control of hypertension is the goal and raison d'etre of the WHL.

The WHL is in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Society of Hypertension (ISH).


Norman Campbell, MD, FRCPC

Chief Executive Officer
Mark Niebylski, PhD, MBA

Liu Lisheng, MD

Vice President/President-elect
Daniel T. Lackland, DrPH

Secretary General
Xin-Hua Zhang, MD, PhD

Board of Directors
V.V. Muthusamy, MD
Peter M Nilsson, MD
Anita Rieder, MD
Istemihan Tengiz, MD

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