Tips on reducing avoidable risk of hypertension in black communities
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Tips on reducing avoidable risk of hypertension in black communities

Michaela Nuttall Cardiovascular nurse and, Founder of Smart Health Solutions and Learn With Nurses
Joanne Haws Independent nurse consultant in Cardiovascular disease
David Okoro Education and training consultant, and a member, Smart Health Solutions

Offering support to address disproportionate risk in people of black African and Caribbean heritage

We know that people from black African and black Caribbean communities are more likely to develop high blood pressure, but what is less known is how the condition is understood and managed in these populations.

Primary Health Care. 33, 2, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/phc.33.2.13.s5

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