Research & Publications
COSEHQ history of research, studies and publications have primarily been in cardiovascular diseases including hypertension, and the cardiometabolic syndrome.
Staying current with the evolving science and healthcare environmental changes, we also focus our research and publications on population health, care delivery models, real-world evidence, and stakeholder initiated studies.
Forty-Year Shifting Distribution of Systolic Blood Pressure With Population Hypertension Treatment and Control
Lackland D, Howard V, , et al.
The Impact of Changing ICD Code on Hypertension-Related Mortality in the Southeastern United States from 1994-2005
Joyner-Grantham J, Simmons DR, Moore MA, Ferrario, CM
Patient Inertia Beliefs Among Hypertensive Emergency Department Patients Reveals Hopelessness Surrounding Disease Control and a Disconnect Between Hypertension Literacy and Patient Action
Joyner-Grantham J, Mount DL, McCorkle OD, Simmons DR, Ferrario CM, Cline DM
A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Carmouche D, Joyner-Grantham J, Weimer D, Harris M.
Addressing the Global Cardiovascular Risk of Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, and Insulin Resistance in the Southeastern United States
Houston M, Basile J, Bestermann W, Lackland D, et al.
Addressing the Global Cardiovascular Risk of Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, Diabetes Mellitus, and the Metabolic Syndrome in the Southeastern United States, Part II: Treatment Recommendations for Management of the Global Cardiovascular Risk of Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, Diabetes Mellitus, and the Metabolic Syndrome
Bestermann W, Houston M, Basile J, et al.
Consortium for Southeastern Hypertension Control. Managing Hypertension in the Southeastern United States: Applying the Guidelines from the Sixth Report of the Joint National committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (JNC VI)
Sica D, Jones D, Basile J, Cushman W, et al.
Hypertension-Related Morbidity and Mortality in the Southeastern United States
Hall D, Ferrario CM, Moore MA, et al.