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Richard McManus is Professor of Primary Care Research at the University of Oxford and a part time GP at 27 Beaumont St in Oxford. His research interests lie mainly in cardiovascular disease and he has published work on the management of chest pain in primary care, blood pressure measurement, stroke management in primary care and self monitoring in hypertension.

He holds an NIHR Professorship and leads an NIHR Programme Grant around Self Monitoring in Hypertension as well as several other NIHR funded studies on the primary care management of hypertension and chronic kidney disease. He supervises PhD students undertaking projects in diabetes, hypertension and chronic kidney disease. He chairs the Blood Pressure Monitoring Working Party of the British Hypertension Society and is Guardian of the RCGP Cardiovascular Curriculum. He provides expert advice to NICE, Department of Health and the European Society of Cardiology.