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Blood Pressure UK has two voluntary groups that help us to provide people with high blood pressure with the information and services that best meet their needs.


The Information User Group

This group is made up of people with high blood pressure who help us to develop our information and give feedback on the services we offer.

Members of the group come from a variety of backgrounds and have a wide range of experiences in managing their own condition. These experiences help us to look at high blood pressure from the individual's point of view and ensure that materials we provide are relevant and informative.

Members of the readers panel also help us to develop written materials, by checking that information is readable and straightforward and by commenting on the content and style of the information.


Healthcare Advisory Panel

This panel is made up of health professionals who have experience of, and an interest in, high blood pressure.

Members come from a number of health disciplines, including nursing, pharmacy and medicine. They provide us with feedback on publications and valuable information about the management of high blood pressure in the National Health Service and outside it. Their input helps us to develop policy and ensure that we understand the management of high blood pressure from all perspectives.




Blood Pressure Information line

Call 020 7882 6218

 

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