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Sigmund CD, Carey RM, Appel LJ, Arnett DK, Bosworth HB, Cushman WC, Galis ZS, Green Parker M, Hall JE, Harrison DG, McDonough AA, Nicastro HL, Oparil S, Osborn JW, Raizada MK, Wright JD, Oh YS. Report of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Working Group on Hypertension: Barriers to Translation. Hypertension (Dallas, Tex. : 1979). 2020 Feb 17; 75(4):902-917.
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Abstract: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute convened a multidisciplinary working group of hypertension researchers on December 6 to 7, 2018, in Bethesda, MD, to share current scientific knowledge in hypertension and to identify barriers to translation of basic into clinical science/trials and implementation of clinical science into clinical care of patients with hypertension. The goals of the working group were (1) to provide an overview of recent discoveries that may be ready for testing in preclinical and clinical studies; (2) to identify gaps in knowledge that impede translation; (3) to highlight the most promising scientific areas in which to pursue translation; (4) to identify key challenges and barriers for moving basic science discoveries into translation, clinical studies, and trials; and (5) to identify roadblocks for effective dissemination and implementation of basic and clinical science in real-world settings. The working group addressed issues that were responsive to many of the objectives of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Strategic Vision. The working group identified major barriers and opportunities for translating research to improved control of hypertension. This review summarizes the discussion and recommendations of the working group.

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