Profile

Trudi McIntosh
First Name: Trudi
Surname: McIntosh
Position: Lecturer
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 262582
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ORCID: ORCID Icon http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0981-6175

Trudi is a lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.

Her research interests are in the area of Pharmacist and other non medical prescribing, their prescribing decision-making and the use of multi-compartment compliance aids.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice.
  • Module leader, Pharmacist Independent Prescribing.
  • School Lead, non-medical prescribing.
  • Member of the Postgraduate Course Management Team.
  • PhD student (part time).

Academic Background

  • BSc (2.1 Hons) Pharmacy.
  • MSc (Distinction) Prescribing Sciences.
  • PG Cert (Distinction) Higher Education Learning and Teaching.

Research Interests

  • Pharmacist and other non medical prescribing, and particularly their prescribing decision-making.
  • The use of multi-compartment compliance aids.

Professional Memberships

  • Registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
  • Founder member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society Local Pharmacy Forum joint research lead.
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Publications

  1. McINTOSH, T.; MUNRO, K, and STEWART, D., 2012. What are the current views and attitudes towards and uptake of prescribing training programmes among pharmacists in Great Britain? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 20(Supplement S2), pp.6-7.
  2. McINTOSH, T.; MUNRO, K.; McLAY, J. and STEWART. D., 2011. A cross sectional survey of the views of newly registered pharmacists in Great Britain on their potential prescribing role: a cautious approach. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 73(4), pp.656-660.
  3. McINTOSH, T.; MUNRO, K.; STEWART, D. and McLAY, J., 2010. What do newly qualified pharmacists in Britain think about possible future roles as pharmacist prescribers? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 18(Supplement S2), pp. 27-28.
  4. McINTOSH, T., STEWART, D. and MUNRO, K., 2009. What do Royal Pharmaceutical Society branches mean to pharmacists in Scotland? The Pharmaceutical Journal, 283(58), pp. 76-78.
  5. McINTOSH, T., CUNNINGHAM, S., STEWART, D., FORBES-McKAY, K and McCAIG, D., 2014. Poster: A systematic review of the social and cognitive influences on non-medical prescribing decision-making. Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice conference. 3-4th April 2014. Aberdeen.
  6. BLACK, L., THOMSON, A.H., MacTAVISH, P., TAIT, C., McINTOSH, T. and WRIGHT, D.F.B., 2014. Poster: Bayesian forecasting.  Can TCIWorks accurately predict INR response to warfarin dosing? Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists(GHP)/ United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) Joint National Conference, 4-6 April 2014, Manchester.
  7. WHEELAN, C., STIRTON, J., FENELON, C. and McINTOSH, T., 2014. Poster: A study to determine whether the use of a novel triage tool reliably identifies those patients within the Rehabilitation and Assessment Directorate at Glasgow Royal Infirmary with the greatest requirement for pharmaceutical care, and to determine the most appropriate stage of admission to apply this tool. Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists(GHP)/ United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) Joint National Conference, 4-6 April 2014, Manchester.
  8. HOGAN-MURPHY, D., RAJPAL, P., STEWART, D and McINTOSH, T., 2015. Poster: An exploration of the attitudes and beliefs of doctors on the various barriers and facilitators to implementing antimicrobial stewardship programmes in acute appendicitis. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 37(1), pp.215.
  9. McINTOSH, T. and STEWART, D., 2011. Poster: A qualitative exploration of the views of pre-registration pharmacists towards possible future roles as prescribers. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 19(Supplement s2), pp. 100.
  10. McINTOSH, T.C. and McHATTIE, L.W., 2009. Poster: An experience of 'instant disability': raising awareness and offering support in a cohort of overseas pharmacists. 6th Annual Enhancement Themes Conference. Graduates for the 21st Century: Integrating the Enhancement Themes.

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Teaching

Ms McIntosh is the School Lead for pharmacist and other non-medical prescribing. She teaches in various areas of pharmacy practice including public health for pharmacists and contributes to post-graduate teaching. She also supervises undergraduate and post-graduate research.

Ms McIntosh has extensive experience in community pharmacy,maintaining this by doing occasional locum work.