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Christopher Cox

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Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer in Healthcare Sciences (Cardiac Physiology)

I qualified as a Cardiac Physiologist in 2007 and since then I have worked in several hospitals in the North East specialising in echocardiography and cardiac rhythm management. I transferred to the University of Sunderland in 2015 to teach on Healthcare Science and Physiological Sciences.

I maintain an honorary contract with the NHS and continue to perform clinical work around my teaching commitments.

Teaching and supervision

I am currently the Programme Leader for Healthcare Science (Cardiac Physiology), and in addition to teaching on this and other courses, I supervise students on clinical placements within diagnostic cardiology departments.

Research interests for potential research students

I have an interest in a wide range of diagnostic tests including ECG interpretation, exercise testing and ambulatory monitoring.

I also have an interest in cardiac rhythm management, specifically the legal and ethical implications of cardiac implantable devices.

Cardiac Rhythm Management

Pacemakers, Implantable Cardiovertor Defibrillators, Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy.

Performing and interpretation of tests.

ECG Interpretation
Performing and interpreting a wide range of tests.

Last updated 28 February 2024