Welcome to Journal of Human Hypertension

Publishing the latest research on all clinical aspects of human hypertension


  • At home blood pressure monitor

    Read the Journal of Human Hypertension's latest web collection on Blood pressure measurement - new insights, challenges and controversies. All papers are free to read for 5 weeks.

  • Each month or so we will be featuring one of our editorial team, allowing them an opportunity to impart some of their wisdom and knowledge with you, our authors and readers, and you the opportunity to get to know them a little better. Currently featuring Editorial Board Member, Dr Rachel Climie

  • Open journals in a pile

    Read this Journal of Human Hypertension web collection featuring papers most read, cited and shared by readers during 2020.

  • JHH is happy to announce the Young Investigator Award 2021, which will be awarded to the best full length original article submitted/published in JHH in 2021 and is proud to call for nominations towards this prestigious prize. Each award will carry a cash prize of £500, a certificate and 1 year online access to the Journal of Human Hypertension.

Journal of Human Hypertension is a Transformative Journal; authors can publish using the traditional publishing route OR via immediate gold Open Access.

Our Open Access option complies with funder and institutional requirements.


Asian-Pacific Congress of Hypertension 2019

Asian-Pacific Congress of Hypertension 2019

The 15th Asian-Pacific Congress of Hypertension was held in Brisbane, Australia between 24th-27th November 2019. A major strength of the Congress was the quality of the program, which opened with a day of satellite meetings, all of them investigator-driven. The topics for these satellites were handpicked by the Congress organizers to represent areas of hypertension research that were of particular current interest or in some way ground-breaking and therefore likely to attract leaders in their respective fields. In this collection we are pleased to showcase a mix of enlightening papers representing two of the four satellites: Aldosterone and Hypertension and Gut Microbiome and Hypertension.