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Faculty Profile

Richard MacIntyre
Richard
MacIntyre
PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor
School of Nursing
RMacintyre@samuelmerritt.edu
916-646-2771

After majoring in English literature (and beaches!) at UCSB, I earned an associate degree in nursing at Santa Barbara City College, moved to San Francisco and worked on orthopedic, adolescent and psychiatric units. I completed a BS in nursing at California State University Sacramento and an MS in nursing administration at UCSF and worked as a nursing supervisor at McAuley Neuropsychiatric Institute, St. Mary’s Hospital and as a nursing supervisor at Children’s Hospital, Oakland.

I joined  Samuel Merritt University in 1982. When the AIDS pandemic started, I co-founded the Nurses Coalition on AIDS, the west coast precursor of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care and worked part time as a hospice nurse. During the 90’s I worked with Patricia Benner at UCSF and completed a PhD in HIV/AIDS nursing, completed a postdoc at UCSF and a Fulbright year at the University of Tromsø, Norway. I left Samuel Merritt University in 1998 to become the Division Chair for Health Sciences at Mercy College in New York and held academic appointments at New York Medical College and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. I returned to Samuel Merritt University as Professor and Associate Dean in the School of Nursing in 2005 and received a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellowship in 2006. I teach and develop courses in research, leadership, and health policy. 

PhD, Nursing, UCSF, 1993

MS, Nursing, UCSF, 1982

BS, Nursing, CSUS, 1979

AAS, Nursing, SBCC, 1975

  • Health Policy
  • Research
  • Leadership
  • Mindfulness and therapeutic presence
  • Psychological type in nursing teams (MBTI, enneagram, Clifton strength finders, 4-MAT learning styles)
  • Health Policy
  • Research Methods
  • Leadership
  • Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing
  • 2014    A multi-center evaluation of nursing informatics competencies to develop a regional informatics curriculum for schools and hospitals.  Co-PI for SMU site.
  • 2010    An evaluation of the ACCEL-program, a technology rich online accelerated BSN program at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Co-PI for the SMU control site with Nancy Haugen.
  • 2008    Identifying innovative partnerships in clinical education; Cindy Teel, University of Kansas, PI; Teri Murray, Dean St. Louis University and Richard MacIntyre, Professor, Samuel Merritt University, Co-PI’s.
  • 2006    Assessing protective factors against drug abuse among high school students in Tehran: Self-control and the extended parallel process model. Findings published 2007.
  • 1997    Pre-and post-hemodialysis measures of serum albumin levels.  Co-investigator in un-funded study research with L. Morris and J. Redington, Liberty, MO.  Findings published 1998.
  • 1996    Fulbright grant to continue research on symbolic meanings among gay men with asymptomatic HIV infection, culminated in book published by Rutgers University Press, 1999.
  • 1993    Symbolic meanings among gay men with asymptomatic HIV infection.  Dissertation Research. Patricia Benner, sponsor
  • 1990    The prevalence of AIDS-related ethical dilemmas.  With I. Corless, A. Davis, and M. Pittman-Lindman.  Findings presented at 6th International Conference on AIDS, San Francisco, June 24, 1990
  • 1990    Research Assistant.  Young adults’ adaptation to chronic disease. NIH award 1989-93. J. Swanson, P.I.

EDUCATION
Murray, T. A., MacIntyre, R. C., Teel, C. S. (2011). An analysis of partnership performance: The St. Johns Mercy Medical Center—Saint Louis University School of Nursing Dedicated Education Unit Project. Journal of Professional Nursing, 27(6), e58-e63. doi:10.1016/j.profnurs.2011.08.005.

Teel, C. S., MacIntyre, R. C., Murray, T. A., & Rock, K. (2011). Common themes in clinical education partnerships. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(7), 365-373.

Niederhauser, V., MacIntyre, R. C., Garner, C., Teel, C., & Murray, T. A. (2010). Transformational partnerships in nursing education. In IOM, The future of nursing: Leading change, advancing health, (pp. 404-408). Washington DC: The National Academies Press.

Niederhauser, V., MacIntyre, R. C., Garner, C., Teel, C., & Murray, T. A. (2010). Transformational partnerships in nursing education. NLN Perspectives. Nov/Dec, pp. 353-355.

Teel, C. S., MacIntyre, R. C., & Murray, T. A. (2009). Identifying innovations in clinical education: Unique features and common themes. Retrieved from Midwest Nursing Research Society website: http://www.mnrs.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3647

MacIntyre, R. C., Murray, T. A., Teel, C. S., & Karshmer, J. F. (2009). Five Recommendations for Pre-Licensure Clinical Nursing Education. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(8), 447-453.

AACN (2005). White Paper: Faculty Shortages in Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Programs: Scope of the Problem and Strategies for Expanding the Supply. (Task Force: K. Dracup, Chair; D. Greiner; S. Hass; P. Kidd; R. Lieger; R. MacIntyre; M.D. Williams; L. Berlin; B. Penn).
http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Publications/WhitePapers/FacultyShortages.htm

MacIntyre, R. (2004). Complementary and Alternative Healing Modalities (Chapter 14, pp. 223-241). In B. Kozier, G. Erb, A. Berman & S. Snyder. Kozier & Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process and Practice (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health.

MacIntyre, R. (2004). Nursing Theories and Conceptual Frameworks (Chapter 3, pp. 34-45). In B. Kozier, G. Erb, A. Berman & S. Snyder. Kozier & Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process and Practice (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall Health.

HIV/AIDS
Sellers, C., & MacIntyre, R. (2010). Legal and ethical concerns. In B. Swanson (Ed). ANAC’s Core Curriculum for HIV/AIDS Nursing (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

MacIntyre, R. C. (2010). Our patients: Heretics, believers, agnostics, and ecumenicists. In G. K. Chan, K. A. Brykczynski, R. E. Malone, & P. Benner (Eds.). Interpretive phenomenology in health care research (pp. 259-286). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau.

Sellers, C., & MacIntyre, R. (2003). Legal and ethical concerns (pp. 340-345). In C. Kirton (Ed). ANAC’s Core Curriculum for HIV/AIDS Nursing (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

MacIntyre, R. (2002). Protect Dissent (Editorial). Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 13(2), 12-13.

Ferri, R., Adinolfi, A., Orsi, A., Sterken, D., Keruly, J., Davis, S., & MacIntyre, R. (2002). Treatment of anemia in patients with HIV infection, part 2: Guidelines for management of anemia. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 13(1), 50-59.

Ferri, R., Adinolfi, A., Orsi, A., Sterken, D., Keruly, J., Davis, S., & MacIntyre, R. (2001). Treatment of anemia in patients with HIV infection, part 1: The need for adequate guidelines. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 12(6), 39-51.

MacIntyre, R. (2001). Interpretive analysis: The method. (pp.439-466). In P. Munhall (Ed.). Nursing Research: A Qualitative Perspective. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

MacIntyre, R. (2001). Religion as metaphor. (pp. 467-502). In P. Munhall (Ed.). Nursing Research: A Qualitative Perspective. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

MacIntyre, R. (1999). Mortal Men: Living with Asymptomatic HIV. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Freeman, E. M., & MacIntyre, R. (1999). Evaluating alternative medicine and HIV disease. Nursing Clinics of North America, 34(1) 147-162.

MacIntyre, R. C., & Holzemer, W. L. (1997). Complementary and alternative medicine in HIV/AIDS: Part II: A literature Review. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(2), 25-38.

MacIntyre, R. C., Holzemer, W. L & Philipek, M. (1997). Complementary and alternative medicine in HIV/AIDS: Part I: Issues and context. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 8(1), 23-31.

MacIntyre, R. (1996). Nursing loved ones with AIDS: Knowledge development for ethical practice. (pp. 141-153). In S. Gordon, P. Benner & N. Noddings. (Eds.). Caregiving Readings in Knowledge, Practice, Ethics, and Politics, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

MacIntyre, R. C. (1995). Letter to editor on spirituality in nursing. Image. 27(4), 260.

MacIntyre, R. (1994). Sex, Drugs and T-Cells: Symbolic meanings among gay men with asymptomatic HIV infection. University of California, San Francisco, 1993. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. Order # 9406617.

MacIntyre, R. C. (1992). Point/Counterpoint: Nurse-Assisted Suicide (with Sr. M. Brian Kelber).
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 3(1), 23-24.

MacIntyre, R. C. (1991). Nursing loved ones with AIDS: Knowledge development for ethical practice. Journal of Home Health Care Practice, 3(3), 1-10.

MacIntyre, R., Tueller, B., & Wishon, S. (1988). Nursing care plans for people with HIV infection. (215-258). In G. Gee & T. Moran (Eds.), AIDS: Concepts in nursing practice, Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.

MacIntyre, R., Tueller, B., & Mitrano, R. (1987). The Nurses Coalition on AIDS care plan. In Report of the California Nurses Association Task Force on AIDS. San Francisco: California Nurses Association.

MacIntyre, R. (1987). AIDS: Epidemiological considerations. In Report of the California Nurses Association Task Force on AIDS. San Francisco: California Nurses Association.

MISC
Allahverdipour, H., MacIntyre, R., Hidarnia, A., Shafii, F., Kazemnegad, A., & Azad Fallah, P. (2007). Assessing protective factors against drug abuse among high school students: Self-control and the extended parallel process model. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 18, 65-73.

Morris, L., MacIntyre, R., & Redington, J. (1998). Pre- and post-hemodialysis measures of serum albumin levels. Journal of the American Nephrology Nurses Association, 25(2), 231-234.

 

International

Kelly, K., Guiney, K., Alves, S., & MacIntyre, R. (Nov. 8, 2015). Informatics competencies: Transition from the classroom to bedside. 43rd Sigma Theta Tau International Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (peer reviewed)

Teel, C., MacIntyre, R., Murray, T. (March 19, 2009).  Innovations in undergraduate clinical education. Pacific Institute of Nursing Conference. Honolulu, HI (peer reviewed)

MacIntyre, R.  (September 7, 2007). “Sex, Drugs and T-Cells: 4 orientations to healthcare. Nursing Practice, Ethics, Education and Philosophy: Perspectives from the Benner Tradition. Pacific Grove, CA (invited).

MacIntyre, R.  (March 2, 2005). “History of nursing theory in the US & Benner’s critique.”  Faculty lecture, Department of Nursing, Karolinska Institute, Huddinge, Sweden. (invited)

MacIntyre, R.  (March 1, 2005). “Statistical assumptions, normative tendencies and qualitative methods.” Doctoral seminar, Department of Nursing, Karolinska Institute, Huddinge, Sweden. (invited)

MacIntyre, R.  (February 23, 2005). “Medicine, Religion and AIDS.” Web lecture for medical anthropology course, University College of Södertörns, Huddinge, Sweden. (invited)  http://bibl.sh.se/distans/media/LectMacIntyre/LectMacIntyre_files/intro.htm

MacIntyre, R.  (February 23, 2005). “Analysis in Interpretive Ethnography.”  Master’s research course, Department of Nursing, Karolinska Institute, Huddinge, Sweden (invited)

National

Guiney, K., Kelly, K., MacIntyre, R., & Alves, S. (April 23, 2016). Informatics Curriculum from Classroom to Bedside. American Nursing Informatics Association, San Francisco, CA.

MacIntyre, R. (May 21, 2015). Overview of Academic Service Learning. National Nursing Committee, American Red Cross, Louisville, KY (invited; via webinar)

Guiney, K., Kelly, K., MacIntyre, R., & Alves, S. (July 18, 2014). Informatics competencies for transitioning from the classroom to the bedside. Association of Nursing Professional Development Annual Convention, Orlando, FL. (peer reviewed)

Klieger, J. Massarweh, L. & MacIntyre, R. (April 10, 2010). Success of California RN initiatives & next steps. Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellows Spring Meeting, Atlanta, GA (invited)

MacIntyre, R. (May 4, 2004). “Evaluating alternative treatment strategies for HIV/AIDS.”  UMDNJ Conference on AIDS Fraud, New Brunswick, NJ (invited)

FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS
Senior Fellow, University of California Center for Health Professions, 2009.

Awarded Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellowship, 2006.

Inducted as Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, 2004.

Fulbright Award. University of Tromsø, Norway. 1996-1997.

Post-doctoral fellowship. International Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Clinical Training in Nursing, a World Health Organization Affiliate, San Francisco, CA, 1995-1996.

GRANTS

Successful response to RFP for RN to BSN program from Kaiser Permanente with approximately 10-12 million dollars in grant funding for scholarships and infrastructure to graduate 500 students in 5 years.

Member of grant writing team for California Workforce Investment Act Funds SFP (Category 2 Industries with a Statewide Need—Nursing Shortage in Health Care).

Award to Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Claire Husted, Project Director; Richard MacIntyre, Northern California Project Manager. Funding for $800,000, January, 2006.

Wrote Department of Education Grant to develop a cost-effective model for clinical nursing education patterned after PT and OT.

Congressional Appropriations funding for $150,000, announced December 2004.

Wrote and served as Co-PI for NSF Planning Grant to develop Minority Institution Infrastructure Grant. Award ID: 0220520. Nagaraj Rao, PI. Funded for $50,000. 2002-2003.

Wrote Helene Fuld Scholarship Grant for upward mobility in nursing. Funded for $50,000. 1999.

Facilitated and administered successful first-time and subsequent applications for Nursing Faculty Loan Program. $50,000 for 2003-2004; $100,118 for 2004-2005.

Facilitated and administered first-time and subsequent applications for Advanced Education Nursing Traineeships. $5,000 for 2002-2003; $24,579 for 2004-2005.

Facilitated and administered first-time and subsequent applications for HRSA scholarships for graduate students in the Health Professions at Mercy College. 2001-2004.

HONORARY PRESENTATIONS
Induction Ceremony Address: “Liberal Arts and Professional Education.” Alpha Chi, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, March 13, 2003.

Induction Ceremony Address. “Excellence and Expertise: Qualitative Distinctions in Nursing.” Zeta Omega Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau. New Rochelle, NY, October 15, 2000

Commencement Address. “Don’t become a Bureaucrat.” Cochran School of Nursing, Yonkers, NY, June 17, 1999.

  • Board of Directors, TriState College of Acupuncture, New York, NY
  • Senior Consultant, Office of the Chief Nurse, American Red Cross
  • Member, Advisory Board on Policy, STTI
  • Senior Fellow at UCSF's Center for Health Professions
  • Member of the Nursing Council at Western Governors University
  • Member of the LGBTQ expert panel of the American Academy of Nursing
  • CCNE Accreditation visitor
  • Editorial Board, Health Promotion Perspectives

MEMBERSHIPS
American Academy of Nursing; American Nurses Association; Fulbright Alumni Association; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellows Alumni Association; Sigma Theta Tau International; UCSF Alumni Association

History

Member for
11 years 2 months

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