"Patient self-monitoring and patient self-management in hypertension"

Prof Richard McManus, Prof of Primary Care Research, Nuffield Dept of Primary Care Health Services

University of Oxford

Richard McManus is Professor of Primary Care Research at the University of Oxford and a part time GP in Oxford. His research interests lie mainly in the prevention of cardiovascular disease with particular emphasis on blood pressure measurement and the management of hypertension in primary care where his work has influenced National and International Clinical Guidelines. He holds an NIHR Professorship and is Chief Investigator on NIHR Programme Grants around Self-Monitoring in Hypertension and Pregnancy as well as leading the Self-Management theme of the Oxford NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care. He supervises PhD students undertaking projects around self-monitoring in hypertension and pregnancy and teaches clinical students at Green Templeton College where he is a Fellow. He chairs the Blood Pressure Monitoring Working Party of the British Hypertension Society and is a Chair of the NIHR Doctoral Fellowship Panel. He is Guardian of the RCGP Cardiovascular Curriculum and provides expert advice to NICE (member of 2011 & 2019 Hypertension Guideline Development Groups), and the European Society of Cardiology/European Society of Hypertension (member of 2018 Guideline Development Group).


Chair: Dr Damien Ryan [ view full abstract ]


KN-3 » Keynote (14:05 - Friday, 17th November, CERC Auditorium )