Michael (Mac) Macintosh MMedSci, BA(Hons), RGN
Senior University Teacher/Head of Taught Post Graduate Studies
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Office located at:
Barber House Annexe
3a Clarkehouse Road
Sheffield S10 2LA
Tel: +44 (0) 114 222 2054
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
I joined the University of Sheffield following a career in clinical nursing in the field of acute and critical care, in particular cardiology and coronary care. Initially my role was to deliver clinically focused education across a range of programs and disciplines. Since then I have been involved in a broad range of activities in teaching and research. In teaching this has included the development of undergraduate and post graduate programs in cardiac care and advancing practice. My research has been mainly in evaluating new service delivery including CHD secondary prevention services and chest pain units. Additionally I have been involved in a number of international nursing education projects. I have co-edited a popular text book in caring for seriously ill patients and have been an invited speaker at international conferences including most recently the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), Acute Cardiac Care Congress, and am a member of the education committee of the ESC Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professionals.
My research interests are cardiac care and service development although I am not currently research active.
Allmark P, Tod A, Macintosh M 2012 Reducing time-lag between onset of chest pain that could be due to a heart attack and seeking professional medical help: A report of a review carried out by the Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University on behalf of SY CLAHRC and NHS Rotherham. Funding CLAHRC.
Goodacre, S., Johnson, M., Macintosh, M, et al 2007 The ESCAPE multi-centre evaluation of the role of chest pain units in the NHS. Report for the National Co-ordinating Centre for Service Delivery and Organisation R&D London DoH.
Watson R, and Macintosh M 2007 Exploring the Case for a National Centre of Excellence in Widening Participation in Learning in the Public Services. Report for the Department of Health Widening Participation in Learning Strategy Unit, London Funding Department of Health £13,000
Lacey A, Tod A and Macintosh M 2003 CoRe project: Evaluation of the impact of an intervention to improve cardiac secondary prevention services in primary care. ScHARR, University of Sheffield Funding British Heart Foundation.
Macintosh M, Tod A and Abbott J 2006 Delay in help-seeking during heart attack: exploring decision-making in a high-risk community. School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Sheffield. Funding – Faculty Research and Innovation Grant. University of Sheffield
Academic leadership of a wide range of programmes, units and short courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well has having a lead responsibility for post graduate taught studies within the School.
I am course leader for the MMedSci in Advancing Practice and Unit lead for the following units on our undergraduate and post-graduate programmes; Undergraduate - Chronic Heart Failure, Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes, ECG Analysis and Application, Cardiology Practice, The Body in Illness., Postgraduate - Concepts & Contexts in Advancing Practice, Evidence Based Practice, Managing Heart Failure as a Long Term Condition, Advancing Autonomous Practice.
I also teach on the following – Body in Health unit, Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care unit, Health Care Management Unit, Advanced Assessment and Decision Making in Acute and Long Term Conditions unit, Leading Practice Unit, Recognising and Responding to Deterioration unit, Physical Assessment Skills unit, the Post-Graduate Diploma in Nursing and Evidence Based Practice.
Collaborative post-graduate program with partners in Nepal.
Currently co-editing a new text book on the clinical management of Long Term Conditions.
My professional activities include peer reviewing for a number of academic journals and acting as a specialist reviewer for a number of publishers.
I am chief external examiner for MSc in Advanced Practice for the University of Kent and an invited external subject specialist for periodic review of teaching and for course validation at a number of institutions.
I sit on the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Post Graduate Teaching committee and am a member of the University Disciplinary Committee of the Senate and the Appeals Committee of the senate.
Member of the European Society of Cardiology, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (Education Committee member) http://www.escardio.org/communities/councils/CCNAP/Pages/welcome.aspx
Abstract reviewer for the annual Euroheartcare conference. http://www.escardio.org/congresses/euroheartcare-2015/Pages/welcome.aspx
I have been a consultant to a number of international nursing education projects including; Nursing development project for the British Council, ODA/ADB Third health project Pakistan. Subject consultant to critical care nursing development project in Egypt the Egyptian Ministry of Health Post-Basic Nurse Education project, and consultant for the development and delivery of educational programmes in critical and cardiac care for the Welcare Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Macintosh M & Moore T Eds 2011 Caring for the seriously ill patient: assessment and management of the acutely ill and deteriorating patient. London. Hodder Arnold
- Macintosh M, Goodacre S, Carter A. 2010 Organisational influences on the activity of chest pain units during the ESCAPE trial: a case study. Emerg Med J.27:672-676
- Brown I and Macintosh M 2006 Involving patients with coronary heart disease in developing e-learning assets for primary care nurses. Nurse Education in Practice 6;4,237-242
- Lacey E A, Kelsi GS, Macintosh M J 2004 Mixed method evaluation of an intervention to improve secondary prevention of CHD in primary care. Quality in Primary Care 12; 259-66
- Macintosh M J, Lacey E A, Tod A M 2003 Secondary prevention for coronary heart disease: a qualitative study. British Journal of Nursing 12:8;36-48