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Dr Bryan McIntosh

PositionAssociate Dean International. Reader in Organisational Behaviour and Leadership
Location3.16
Department or DivisionSchool of Service Development and Improvement
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 236582
Emailb.mcintosh1@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Health Management, Operational Efficiency, Productivity; Quality and Safety

Knowledge Transfer Activity

British Telecom telehealth program

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Health Management
  • Comparative Health Management
  • Organisational behaviour
  • PhD Supervision

Administrative Responsibilities

Programme Leader MSc International Health management in Bradford and Dubai and to develop and expand the Division International business portfolio.

Biography

Bryan McIntosh has worked in central Government, the NHS, local Government and at various academic institutions within the United Kingdom. These include Edinburgh Napier, University of Westminster, University of Surrey, University of Greenwich and King’s College London. He is the Consultant Editor of the British Journal of Healthcare Management dealing directly with commissioning and content. He has an extensive publication record in peer reviewed journals and has worked extensively within the field of health management consultancy.

Study History

PhD (2010) Edinburgh Napier;

BA (1st) Sociology with History (2006) Edinburgh Napier

Professional History

NHS, Higher Education; Local and central Government

Research Areas

Lean Management; Operational efficiency and productivity

Current Projects

NHS Lothian Hospital Sterilisation and Decontamination Unit (HSDU) Project with Dr Michael Fascia (Edinburgh University)

Research Collaborations

RN4CAST: Catholic University Leuven; University of Botswana; Sun Yat-sen University; University of Kuopio; University of Technology Berlin; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Dublin City University; The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services; Jagiellonian University Medical College; University of Western Cape; Instituto de Salud Carlos III; Karolinska Institutet; Basel University; Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre; King’s College London; University of Pennsylvania

Networks/Roles

  • Consultant Editor of the British Journal of Healthcare Management
  • Chartered Psychologist (Reference: 376465)
  • Associate Fellowship British Psychological Society
  • Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (Reference: PR072668)

Publications

Original research (Peer Reviewed)

- Areal, A, McIntosh, B & Sheppy, B (2016), “Hope and Glory: An expanded Social Strategy Diagnosis Model to incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility within Business Strategy”, International Journal of Business Performance Management, 17 (2), 117-131

- Nichols, J, Coldwell, H, Thornton, G & McIntosh, B (2016), “Towards a collective understanding of Social Cost Benefit and Value”, Journal of Strategy, Operations and Economics (JSOE), 1 (3), 1 -17

- McIntosh, B, Prowse, J & Archibong, U (2015), “The psychology of transference: gender and access to training - the mechanisms of disadvantage”, Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture, 6 (2), 63-80

- Ferretti, F, McIntosh, B & Jones, S (2015), “Biomedical Researchers, Economic Growth and the Harmful Effects of Student Loan Debt”, Economic Modelling, 49 (1), 308 -313

- Cohen, I, Ferretti, F & McIntosh, B (2015), “A simple framework for analysing the impact of economic growth on non-communicable diseases”, Cogent Economics and Finance, Volume 3, Issue 3, 1-10

- McIntosh, B, McQuaid, R & Munro, A, (2015), “The impact of gender perceptions and professional values on women’s careers in nursing”, Gender in Management: an International Journal, 30 (1), 26-43

- Cohen, I, Ferretti, F & McIntosh, B (2014), “Decomposing the misery index: A dynamic approach”, Cogent Economics and Finance, Volume 2, Issue 3, 1-8

- Ferretti, F & McIntosh, B (2014), “Economic Structural Change and Cancer Incidence - An International Examination”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20 (6), 275-280

- McIntosh, B, Sheppy, B & Cohen, I (2014), “Illusion or delusion - Lean management in the health sector”, International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 27 (6), 482-492

- McIntosh, B, Cohen, I & Sheppy, B (2014), “Fool's Gold - Lean management in the Health sector”, Journal of Clinical Research & Governance, 3 (1), 1-14

- Cookson, G, Jones, S & McIntosh, B (2013), “Cancelled Procedures: Inequality, Inequity and the National Health Service Reforms”, Health Economics, 22 (7), 870-876.

- Ferretti, F, McIntosh, B & Jones, S (2013), “Long-Run Macroeconomic Determinants of Cancer Incidence”, International Journal of Statistics in Medical Research, 2 (4) 1-14

- Voyer, B & McIntosh, B (2013), “The Psychological Consequences of Power on the Self-perception of Leaders and Followers - Implications for Leadership Research”, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 34 (7), 639-660

- McIntosh, B & Cookson, G (2012), “Lean management in the NHS – fad or panacea”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (3), 96-101

- Aiken, L, Sermeus, W, Van den Heede & McIntosh, B et al. (2012), “Patient safety, satisfaction, and quality of hospital care: cross sectional surveys of nurses and patients in 12 countries in Europe and the United States”, British Medical Journal, 2012; 344:e1717 doi: 10.1136/bmj.e1717

- McIntosh, B, Sheppy, B & Rane, S (2012), “An Indian tragedy, an Indian solution - Perspective of managing service quality in Emergency Medical services in India”, The Journal of Global Health Care Systems, 2 (1), (http://www.jghcs.info/index.php/j/article/view/151/162)

- Bruyneel, L, Li, B,  Aiken, L, Emmanuel Lesaffre E, Van den Heede, K, Sermeus, W & McIntosh, B (2012), “A multi-country perspective on nurses’ tasks below their skill level: Reports from domestically trained nurses and foreign trained nurses from developing countries”,  International Journal of nursing studies, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2012.06.013

- McIntosh, B, McQuaid, R, Munro, A & Dabir- Alai, P (2012), “Motherhood and its impact on career progression – the case of Scottish nurses 2000-2008”, Gender in Management: an International Journal, 27 (5), 342-360

- McIntosh, B, Cookson, G & Jones, S (2012), “Cancelled surgeries and payment by results in the English National Health Service”, Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 17 (2), 79-86 doi: 10.1258/jhsrp.2011.011053

- Chambers, D & McIntosh, B (2008), “Using authenticity to achieve competitive advantage in medical tourism in the English speaking Caribbean”, Third World Quarterly, 29 (25), 919-937

Peer Reviewed Articles

- Rane, S, Sheppy, B & McIntosh, B (2015),Conceptual Framework for Quality Management of Emergency Medical Systems in India using Lean Thinking - A Doctor’s Perspective”, Journal of Global Health Care Systems, 5 (3) ISSN 2159-6743 (Online)

- McIntosh, B & Ferretti, F (2015), “Pandora box - the Eurozone and the Euro crisis”, Cogent Economics and Finance, 3: 1092860

- Spangenberg, S & McIntosh, B (2014), “The Moral Imperative: The Case of the English Education”, Policy Futures in Education, 12 (5), 730-740

- McIntosh, B & Fascia, M (2014), “The Highest Mountain: T- Cell Technology”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20 (6), 281-285

- Fascia, M & McIntosh, B, (2014), “A New tomorrow - Cancer”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 20 (6), 272-274

- Sheppy, B & McIntosh, B (2013), “Pandora’s Box – the loss of integrity in nursing and its relationship to the resultant stress”, Nursing Standard, 27 (25), 44-49

- McIntosh, B & Sheppy, B (2013), “Skill Maximisation - the future of healthcare management”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 19 (3), 116-120

- Sheppy, B, Zuliani, J D & McIntosh, B (2012), “Science or Art – Risk and project management in healthcare”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (11), 482-486

- McIntosh, B, Cookson, G & Sandall, J (2012), “A call to arms - the efficient use of the maternity workforce”, British Journal of Midwifery, 20 (2), 122-127

- McIntosh, B & Bewley, S (2012), “How far can a complex system with increased interventions be pushed? The way forward is to innovate”, British Journal of Midwifery, 20 (3), 170-172

- McIntosh, B & Cohen, I & Sheppy, B (2012), “Heroes or villains – whistle blowing and the Poly Implant Scandal”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (7), 130-135

- McIntosh, B & Holland, A (2012), “Improving delivery - the need for empowered HCAs”, British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 6 (7), 346-347

- Holland, A & McIntosh, B (2012), “Optimizing productivity, quality and efficiency in Community Nursing”, British Journal of Community Nursing, 17 (8), 258-261

- McIntosh, B & Smith, S (2012), “Skill mix - Healthcare Assistants and their role in quality healthcare”, British Journal of Healthcare Assistant, 6 (8), 396-399

Invited Editorials/Commentaries

- Pascoe, P & McIntosh, B (2016), In the absence of professionalisation: Evidence-Based Management for management decision-making legitimacy in mental health nursing, British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 5 (3), 8-9

- Pascoe, P & McIntosh, B (2016), “Learning from mistakes: what leagues won’t do”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 22 (4), 110-111

- McIntosh, B (2016), “The need for a National Centre for Excellence in Clinical Imaging”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 22 (3), 110-111

- McIntosh, B (2016), “The autumn statement ­ the future of Healthcare delivery”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 22 (1), 110-111

- Kappil, E, Sheppy, B & McIntosh, B (2016), “The Feasibility of a Human Milk Bank in Kerala State, India”, Journal of Global Health Care Systems, http://jghcs.info/index.php/j/article/view/428

- McIntosh, B (2015), “Partnership is alive and underpinning healthcare delivery”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 21 (12), 556-557

- McIntosh, B (2015), “The importance of mentoring for practitioners”, British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 4 (6), 254

- McIntosh, B (2015), “Entrepreneurship – A new dawn“, Journal of strategy, operations and economics, 1 (1), 1 -3

- Cassidy, A & McIntosh, B (2014) “The return of autonomy in nursing – A way forward”, British Journal of Nursing, 23 (14), 16-17

- Rania, T, McIntosh, B & West, S (2014), “Hospital Pharmacy – a new relationship”, Nurse Prescribing, 12, (4), 476-477

- Sheppy, B, Evans, P & McIntosh, B (2013), “Riding the tiger - change leadership in secondary education”, SecEd, Issue 521, 14

- McIntosh, B & Ferretti, F (2013), “Healthcare in crisis - What happened to mentoring?”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 19 (10), 472-473

- McIntosh, B, Voyer, B & Shenoy, B (2013), “The Care Dividend”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 19 (6), 262-263

- Crines, A & McIntosh, B (2013), “Reforming economic theory”, The Backbencher. February 17, 2013, http://thebackbencher.co.uk/reforming-economic-theory/

- McIntosh, B & Voyer, B (2012), “A Perverse psychological contract”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (6), 290 – 291

- McIntosh, B & Watt, S (2012), “Snakes and ladders - human resources in nursing”, British Journal of Nursing, 21 (15), 826

- Gupte A, Sheppy, B & McIntosh, B (2012), “When Two Worlds Collide: Corporate and Clinical Governance”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (12), 619-620

- McIntosh, B (2012), “The future of Midwifery practice and roles”, British Journal of Midwifery, 20 (1), 69

- McIntosh, B (2012), “The future of mental health resource management”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (2), 7

- McIntosh, B (2012), “A necessary change: the transfer of care from hospital to community”, British Journal of Community Nursing, 17 (7), 325

- Watt, S & McIntosh, B (2012), “The motherhood career slide”, Nursing Standard, 27 (4), 62-63

- Donaldson, J, McIntosh, B & Jones, S (2012), “The Gordian knot – hospital provision and integrated provision in Scotland and England”, British Journal of Healthcare Management, 18 (10), 462-463.

- McIntosh, B (2011), “Lean management in the NHS the hidden agenda” Health Service Journal, Issue 6286, 20

Commissioned reports

- Cohen, I, McIntosh, B & Richardson, M A (2011), “Fiscal and economic stability in the Euro-zone”, Adam Smith Institute – Working Paper 31st January 2012

- McIntosh B (2006), “The effectiveness of media projects upon social inclusion in deprived areas: ‘Young People Speak Out’ - a case study”, Report for the Unemployed and Volunteer Action Fund - Dunfermline.

- Scottish Health Service (1992), Prescription Pricing: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1992), Scottish Ambulance Service: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1991), Prescription Pricing: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1991), Scottish Ambulance Service: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1990), Prescription Pricing: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1990), Scottish Ambulance Service: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1989), Prescription Pricing: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1989), Scottish Ambulance Service: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1988), Prescription Pricing: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

- Scottish Health Service (1988), Scottish Ambulance Service: Annual return, Health briefing - Edinburgh: Information and Statistics Division Publications.

Contributions to Edited Volumes

- McIntosh, B (2008), “Sectarianism in the inter-war period” in Tatchell, P, A perspective in equality and diversity London: Kogan Page.

Keynote Speaker

- 2015  Strategy for Chronic Pain Service Improvement for NHS Scotland: Scottish Government, St Andrews House, Edinburgh

- 2014  Strategic management for Chronic Pain Service Improvement for NHS Scotland:  Scottish Government, St Andrews House, Edinburgh

 -2013 The development of the economic model for Chronic Pain management: Scottish Government, St Andrews House, Edinburgh

Conferences

 - Cassidy, A, McIntosh, B & Prowse, J, Optimising Patient Safety, 3rd International Nursing Conference – Al Noor Hospital (2015), United Arab Emirates - Speaker

- McIntosh, B, Making Diversity Interventions Count 5th International Conference (16th June 2015), “‘Snakes and ladders’ - the impact of motherhood upon women’s career outcomes in registered nursing in Scotland” – speaker.

- McIntosh, B & Guest, D, Social Dimensions of Health Institute Conference, Saint Andrews University, (26-27 June 2011), “Lean Healthcare fad or panacea?” – Speaker.

- McIntosh, B, 28th Annual International Labour Process Conference Rutgers University, (15 - 17, March 2010), “Special Interest Stream: Representations and Realities of Women’s Work” – Speaker.   

- McIntosh, B, Scotiabank Toronto, (16th April 2009), “Flexibility in the Labour market – Certain Gender Issues” – Speaker

Impact

Radio 4's File on 4 broadcast an investigate programme on 'Payment by results' within the English NHS which built directly upon Dr McIntosh’s research. This research originally appeared in Health Economics in the July 2013 issue 7, Volume 22. It previously appeared on the Wiley ‘Earlyview’ site and is access at www.interscience.wiley.com (select Journal Finder, then H for Health Economics).

The paper “The impact of gender perceptions and professional values on women’s careers in nursing” published in Gender in Management: An International Journal 2015 Volume 30, Issue 1 was selected by the journal’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence - read more

Public/Academic/Stakeholder Engagement

  • British Telecom
  • National Institute for Health Research
  • Hong Kong Shanghai Bank (HSBC)

In the News/Media

Contributor to various BBC Radio and Channel 4 programmes.

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