Join us!

To make May Measure Month a success, we rely on the generous support of volunteers around the world. There are many ways you can get involved:

1. BE PART OF THE MMM TEAM

We are now recruiting people who can help us deliver MMM. There are several ways to help:

  1. Lead or volunteer at a screening site
  2. Spread the word to get volunteers working at our screening sites (e.g. nurses, doctors, medical students, community health workers etc)
  3. Publicise MMM to the general public to encourage people to visit their local screening centre

 

We have a full toolkit to help you deliver MMM in your country, so if you’re a health professional, medical student, or can join our team of volunteers, please email us at manager@maymeasure.com with:

  • Your full name
  • Your Email
  • Your country of residence
  • Details of how you’d like to help
  • Details of any relevant experience you’ve had – including any previous involvement in MMM

Thank you so much — we look forward to having you on the team!!

 

2. GET MEASURED

As well as helping prevent potential health issues, our screenings will allow us to collect valuable scientific data surrounding the issues of hypertension. The more people who get screened the more valuable this data will be, so please get measured!

All screening data collected is governed by strict medical protocol and is totally anonymous – we will NEVER collect or hold your personal details

In 2019, we will be publishing contacts for the countries involved in May Measurement Month so that you can find out what’s happening in your country and where you’ll be able to get screened during May 2019

Follow our facebook page @maymeasure to keep informed

 

3. HELP CREATE AWARENESS

Please help us save lives by increasing awareness of May Measurement Month and the issues associated with high blood pressure by following our social media pages and sharing our posts

Thank you so much and for taking an interest in support this global health initiative!

 

For see MMM’s privacy policy and terms and conditions in relation to the activities and collection of data during May Measurement Month