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Miss Anissa Djerbib

Miss Anissa Djerbib

djerbiba@lsbu.ac.uk

Social Work, Community and Public Health

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I am a Senior Lecturer in the Community Nursing team, within the Institute of Health and Social Care. I am an Adult Nurse by background and a qualified Advanced Clinical Practitioner. I joined LSBU in 2019, having previously worked at Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield GP Collaborative, a part of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. I currently teach across the District Nursing and the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Programmes within LSBU.

I am passionate about advanced practice and understanding how working at an advanced level, irrespective of your professional background can benefit health services, particularly in the community setting. In training health professionals to work at an advanced level, it is vital to ensure that appropriate support and training are provided, and as a result, I led a project for Health Education England's South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Faculty of Advanced Clinical Practice and devised the Advanced Clinical Practitioner Primary and Community Care Competency Framework.

My previous areas of research have focused on prescribing decision-making, particularly for nurses working in the community. Since teaching the District Nursing students, I am keen to explore their experience of undertaking an assessments skills module, and how this has impacted their clinical practice once qualified. My future research will focus on this area, with a view to understanding how health professionals working at an advanced level in the community setting can develop and improve service provision and ultimately patient care.

Courses taught

Health Visiting (Specialist Community Public Health Nursing) - BSc (Hons)

Health Visiting (Specialist Community Public Health Nursing) - PgDip

School Nursing (Specialist Community Public Health Nursing) - BSc (Hons)

MSc Advanced Professional Development (Distinction)

Sheffield Hallam University

2010
2016
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Diploma (30 credits at NQF Level 5)

Education for Health and Open University

2013
2013
Non-Medical Prescribing (V300) (30 credits at Level 7)

Sheffield Hallam University

2011
2012
Identifying Patient Needs Throughout Physical Assessment Skills (10 credits at Level 6)

The University of Sheffield

2009
2010
Mentoring and Facilitating Your Own and Other Professions (10 credits at level 6, NMC Approved)

Sheffield Hallam University

2007
2008
BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (2:1)

University of the West of England, Bristol

2001
2004
MSc Advanced Professional Development (Distinction)

Sheffield Hallam University

2010
2016
Award in Leadership and Management (Level 3)

Institute of Leadership and Management via Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2010
2011
BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (2:1)

University of the West of England, Bristol

2001
2004
Postgraduate Certificate Practice Education (Distinction)

London South Bank University

2021
2022
Senior Lecturer - Community Nursing
London South bank University

Module Leader for:

- Advanced Clinical Assessment and Consultation Skills

- Professional Insights and the Role of the District Nurse

- Managing SCPHN Teams

- Strategic Planning and performance management for the District Nursing

Link Lecturer for practice partners

Provide pastoral care for students

Teaching responsibilities

2021
Education
Senior Lecturer - Independent and Supplementary Prescribing (V300)
London South Bank University

Deputy Course Director

Pastoral care for students

Liaise with practice assessors in the clinical setting

Teaching responsibilities

2019
2021
Education
Senior Lecturer - Advancing Practice Team
Sheffield Hallam University

Course Leader for Non-Medical Prescribing

Teaching responsibilities across all Advanced Practice modules, including Physicians Associates and undergraduate Nursing

Pastoral care for students

Liaise with practice partners

2017
2019
Education
Advanced Clinical Practitoner
Sheffield GP Collaborative, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Assess, manage and plan care for patients from a range of socio-economic backgrounds both via face-to-face and remote consultations

Line manager responsibilities

Trainer for junior staff

Telephone triage trainer

Infection Prevention Control Link

2011
2019
Other public sector
Royal College of Nursing
2001
University of York
External examiner

Advanced Clinical Practice

Independent and Supplementary Prescribing

September 2020
iHeed

Subject Matter Expert

July 2022

Filter publications

BOOK REVIEW
Djerbib, A. (2020). BOOK REVIEW. Journal of Prescribing Practice. 2 (1), pp. 48-48. https://doi.org/10.12968/jprp.2020.2.1.48

A qualitative systematic review of the factors that influence prescribing decisions by nurse independent prescribers in primary care
Djerbib, A. (2018). A qualitative systematic review of the factors that influence prescribing decisions by nurse independent prescribers in primary care. Primary Health Care. 28 (3), pp. 25-34. https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.2018.e1355