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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I contact the American Society of Hypertension (ASH)?
How do I update my membership information?
How can I obtain my membership identification number?
How can I join the American Society of Hypertension?
When will the next ASH Annual Scientific Meeting be held?
When is the deadline for submitting an Abstract for the next Annual Scientific Meeting?
How do I submit an Abstract for the Annual Meeting?
What is an ASH Chapter? How can I become a member of a Chapter
How can I apply/nominate a colleague for the ASH Distinguished Scientist Award?
I am a patient. How can I find out more about Hypertension?
Where can I find the latest hypertension guidelines?
What is an ASH Hypertension Specialist?
How can I find an ASH Hypertension Specialist in my area?
When will the next ASH Hypertension Specialist Exam be administered?

How can I contact the American Society of Hypertension (ASH)?
The American Society of Hypertension, Inc.
45 Main Street, Suite #712
Brooklyn, New York 11201
General Inquiries: (212) 696-9099
Fax: (347) 916-0267
Email: ash@ash-us.org
How do I update my membership information?
You can update your information online.
Login to the ASH Online Membership directory and select "My Profile"
How can I obtain my membership identification number?
You can call the ASH office at (212) 696-9099 or email membership@ash-us.org .
How can I join the American Society of Hypertension?
Click here to Apply Online or to download the ASH Membership Application Form
Send the completed application with payment to:
American Society of Hypertension, Inc.
45 Main Street, Suite #712
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(212) 696-9099
Fax: (347) 916-0267
When will the next ASH Annual Scientific Meeting be held?
The next ASH Annual Scientific Meeting will be held Friday, May 16, 2014 - Tuesday, May 20, 2014, at the Hilton New York, in New York, NY.
When is the deadline for submitting an Abstract for the 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting?
The Call for Abstracts deadline has passed.
How do I submit an Abstract for the Annual Meeting?
The Call for Abstracts submission site is now closed.
What is an ASH Chapter? How can I become a member of a Chapter?
Chapters of the American Society of Hypertension have a local impact on hypertension education. They play a key role in promoting public awareness, prevention and timely detection and control of hypertension. They make physician and patients aware of hypertension specialists, and are key recruiters of new members of the Society. To join an ASH Chapter, please contact your local Chapter representative.
How can I apply/nominate a colleague for the ASH Distinguished Scientist Award ?
Please click here for more information on the Awards the society offers, and click on the name of the Award application information.
I am a patient. How can I find out more about Hypertension?
Although the Society is largely dedicated to scientific research, we do offer some information for those dealing with hypertension. Please visit our page "About Hypertension" and click on the links under "Information for the General Public and Patients". To find the name of an ASH Specialist in your area, please search our Specialist Directory. In addition, you can click on Hypertension Related Links to find other organizations that focus on hypertension.
Where can I find the latest hypertension guidelines?
Please click here for the most up-to-date hypertension guidelines.
What is an ASH Hypertension Specialist?
The ASH Specialist Program created the Specialist in Clinical Hypertension designation for the specific purpose of identifying and recognizing physicians with expert skills and knowledge in the management of clinical hypertension and related disorders. These physicians can act as local and regional consultants for the more complex and difficult cases and also assist in advice regarding guidelines and process improvement.
How can I find an ASH Hypertension Specialist in my area?
To search our ASH Hypertension Specialist Directory, please click here.
When will the next ASH Hypertension Specialist Exam be administered?
The next ASP Hypertension Specialist examination will be held in Saturday May 3 – Saturday 17, 2014. Information about registration, requirements and testing locations is available through the ASH website, under, "Clinical Hypertension Specialists", "Application Protocol".

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