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Join the Public Health England launch of Health Matters on ‘Combating high blood pressure’!

The next edition of Health Matters, on Combating high blood pressure, will be launched via teleconference on Tuesday 24 January (1.15pm-2.00pm), where Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England, will be joined by Professor Jamie Waterall, National Lead for CVD Prevention and Associate Deputy Chief Nurse at PHE. There will also be a question and answer session.

Why you should attend: The teleconference will outline how local leadership can help deal with high blood pressure, preventing people in England from developing the condition and detecting and managing it better in those who have it. The teleconference will be relevant to NHS services, CCGs, health and wellbeing boards, local authorities, pharmacists, community services, public health professionals and the voluntary sector.

RSVP: To register for the teleconference and receive supporting materials on the day, please reply to Healthmatters@phe.gov.uk with your name and job title. We will then send you a link to the updated Health Matters website and a pdf of the content on 24 January, prior to the call.

To join the teleconference: Please dial in 5-10 minutes prior to the start time, using the following numbers and conference code: Local call rate: +44 (0)330 336 9105, National free phone – United Kingdom: 0800 358 6377 and Conference code: 5180615.

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