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Research Opportunity: Understanding the Diagnosis And treatment of Secondary Hypertension (U-DASH)

Uncontrolled and poorly managed hypertension is a significant burden for patients and the Australian health system.

The Understanding the Diagnosis And treatment of Secondary Hypertension (U-DASH) study aims to identify what barriers and enablers clinicians face when diagnosing and treating specific causes of hypertension.

We hope that by better understanding current practice, we can design interventions to support clinicians to manage secondary hypertension more easily.

As leading clinicians managing hypertension, researchers from Monash University want your expert opinion on how to better support the diagnosis and treatment of secondary hypertension.

You are invited to participate if you are an endocrinologist, nephrologist, cardiologist or primary care practitioner (GP or nurse practitioner) or trainee of these specialties practising in Australia.

Participation involves a short screening survey, followed by (if eligible) a 30-45 minute interview. Access Survey.

For further information about the U-DASH study contact Sandra Hakim (Project Manager) on (03) 9904 4822 or u-dash.study@monash.edu

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