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Dr Richard Bain BSc (Hons) Clinical Physiology, Member Society of Cardiological Science and Technology, Member of the British Society of Echocardiography, PGCE, PhD

Programme Lead BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Cardiovascular & Respiratory and Sleep Science)

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Dr Richard Bain is a programme lead in Health Sciences at the University of Southampton.

I have always found cardiology as the most exciting area of health. As a cardiac physiologist, I feel extremely privileged to educate and train the future workforce who will have a direct impact on patients’ lives.

Dr Richard Bain joined the University of Southampton in 2009 and is the Programme Lead for Clinical Physiology. Richard is the lead cardiac physiologist for Health Sciences and is module lead for postgraduate specialist cardiac modules.
Prior to working for the University Richard worked as a Cardiac Physiologist for three acute NHS trusts on the South Coast. Richard has also worked as a Chief Cardiac Physiologist in invasive and non-invasive cardiology at St Thomas’ Hospital, London. 

Other responsibilities have included external examiner for the University of Glamorgan, professional body moderator for the Registration Council for Clinical Physiology and a national examiner for the Society of Cardiological Science and Technology. Richard is chair of the Regional Cardiac Steering Group for the NHS. The group focuses on clinical services, workforce, education and training.

Research interests

Richard’s research interests have always been in resuscitation and in particular the efficacy of resuscitation techniques.

Dr Richard Bain
Health Sciences Student Office University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 67/3017A

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