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Background & Evidence

RESOLVE TO SAVE LIVES

A qualitative study conducted by Resolve to Save Lives determined this poster to be the most impactful for encouraging patients to take their blood pressure medications daily. Forty patients from five different places said they prefer this poster because it shows someone actually taking their medication, which made clear what they needed to do.

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Resolve to Save Lives

Nutrition standards guide developed by Resolve to Save Lives that governments can use to procure healthy foods and beverages purchased, served and/or sold in government settings such as schools, public hospitals, childcare or child development facilities, correctional facilities and government workplaces.

Resolve to Save Lives

Sodium reduction is the single most important dietary intervention for improving heart health and saving lives. Learn more in this resource developed by Resolve to Save Lives.

Resolve to Save Lives

One-page summary of key findings from the WHO Global Hypertension Report

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World Health Organization

WHO’s first-ever report on the global burden of high blood pressure and the progress made to manage the disease

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Andrew E. Moran, ET AL.

Article from the Journal of American College of Cardiology International summarizing the progress of the first five years of the HEARTS initiative

Ashish Krishna et al.

Study estimating time spent by staff nurses on hypertension and other NCD activities in primary care facilities and time savings from the Simple app

Daniel Burka et al.

Implementer report on the Simple mobile app from BMJ Health & Care Informatics

Global Health Advocacy Incubator

This report by GHAI’s Food Policy program reveals how the ultra-processed food industry has aggressively fought against front-of-package labels globally.

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World Health Organization

Website with all materials related to WHO’s REPLACE initiative