Welcome to the Australian Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement Collaborative

The Australian Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Collaborative comprises of a network of researchers and health professionals interested in the technique of ambulatory blood pressure measurement in the treatment of high blood pressure. Our aim is to provide coherent consensus opinions about the use of ambulatory blood pressure in the Australian context and to undertake research on pertinent questions using our combined resources and expertise. Communication of our findings and views are made via the scientific literature and through the medical press. Our members represent major research Universities, Hospital and clinics from every State in Australia. 


Ambulatory BP now advocated for routine diagnosis of Hypertension

New study by AABPMC members shows the long term benefits of black tea


Ambulatory BP machines for loan (see news page)


Barriers Remain for routine ambulatory BP monitoring

Medical Observer 22nd May 2012 article by Lynnette Hoffman

ABPM Position Statement 2012 is now published

Journal of Hypertension Volume 30, pages 253-266

Editorial in Journal of Hypertension

 "Should ambulatory blood pressuremonitoring be mandatory for future studies in resistant hypertension"   


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Monitoring Collaborative                           WebMaster  G A Head

Upcoming Events



High Blood Pressure Research Council Annual Scientific Meeting for 2014

 26 – 28 November

Adelaide Convention Centre


European Society of Hypertension Meeting 2015 


June 12-15





For other events see the HBPRCA Page