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Anissa Djerbib


    • 57 Waterloo Road , Room 2.16, James Clerk Maxwell Building

      SE1 8WA LONDON

      United Kingdom

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    Anissa qualified as an Adult Nurse in 2004 and is a seasoned Advanced Clinical Practitioner with over 14 years of expertise across primary, community, and urgent care. She served on the Primary Care Simulation Group and the Portfolio and Competency Standards Group for the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Faculty of Advanced Clinical Practice, writing the Primary and Community Care ACP competencies, which informed the NHS England (formerly HEE) ACP e-portfolio.

    Her commitment to advancing clinical education led her to embark on an academic journey in 2017 when she assumed the role of Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. Here, she taught across all aspects of the Advancing Practice programs, including the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and the Post Graduate Diploma Physician Associate Studies. Anissa excelled as the Module Lead for the Non-Medical Prescribing (V300) program, orchestrating a successful redesign and obtaining NMC and HCPC reapproval.

    Having relocated to London in 2020, Anissa joined London South Bank University as a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Course Director on the Non-Medical Prescribing program. In 2021, she transitioned to the Community Nursing team, where she spearheaded the development, delivery, and leadership of an Advanced Clinical Assessment and Consultation Skills module for District Nursing students. Additionally, she oversaw three other modules focusing on leadership and management across the District Nursing and Specialist Community Public Health Nurse programs.

    Anissa is passionate about collaboration and co-production with students and service users, as well as integrating innovative teaching strategies, technology, and simulation-based learning to foster a learner-centred approach.

    Anissa possesses extensive experience in advanced practice at a strategic level, demonstrating a profound understanding of both national and international impact.

    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

    Education/Academic qualification

    Postgraduate Certificate , Practice Education, LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

    Sept 2021Sept 2022

    Master in Science, Advanced Professional Development, Sheffield Hallam University

    Sept 2010Aug 2016

    Postgraduate Diploma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Open University


    Identifying Patient Needs Throughout Physical Assessment Skills, University of Sheffield


    Mentoring and Facilitating Your Own and Other Professions, NMC approved , Sheffield Hallam University

    … → 2008

    BSc (Hons), Bachelor of Science, Adult Nursing, 2:1 , University of the West of England, Bristol


    External positions

    Independent Assessor for the MMedSci Advanced Clinical Practice Degree Apprenticeship End Point Assessment , University of Sheffield

    May 2023 → …

    External examiner for the Independent/Supplementary Prescribing (level 6 and 7) and Advanced Clinical Practice (level 7 and apprenticeship) programmes, University of York

    Jul 2020 → …


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