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Sallianne studied for her Master of Pharmacy degree at Aston University, after which she completed her pre-registration and foundation training at Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham During this time she undertook her clinical diploma, which she later converted to an MSC in Clinical Pharmacy.
Sallianne later moved to Sheffield where she worked as an advanced pharmacist for cardiac and renal services resident hospital pharmacist (at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust). Sallianne then lead pharmacist providing specialist clinical pharmacy services to the diabetes and endocrinology directorate, becoming an independent prescriber in this area. In 2016 Sallianne undertook a secondment with Health Education England as leadership fellow for safer diabetes. The resulting work being recognised by her being awarded the 2017 Rowan Hilson Insulin Safety Award.
In 2018 Sallianne successfully completed her MSc in healthcare leadership and was granted the NHS Leadership Academy Award in Senior Healthcare Leadership (Elizabeth Garret Anderson).
She joined the University in 2019 as a senior lecturer in pharmacy practice and clinical pharmacy. Her current role includes leading the independent prescribing for pharmacist certificate and providing specialist diabetes and endocrinology teaching across the MPharm and MSc courses. She also continues to work at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals as an advanced clinical pharmacist.
Research Expertise and Interests
Role of the pharmacist
- Patient Safety
- Professional Identities
Improving the quality of insulin prescribing for people with diabetes being discharged from hospitalBain, A., Silcock, J., Kavanagh, S., Quinn, G. & Fonseca, I., 24 Aug 2019, In : BMJ Open Quality. 8, 3, 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article