Dr. Elliott completed her PGY1 residency with a focus on Ambulatory Care through the
University of Florida. She went on to work as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist specializing
in diabetes management for Kaiser Permanente in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition, Dr.
Elliott earned her teaching certificate through her PGY1 residency program. She is
a Certified Diabetes Educator.
Dr. Elliott has a passion for ambulatory care with special interest in the indigent population. She looks forward to obtaining her board certification in ambulatory care.
PharmD, University of Florida, 2011
Dr. Elliott teaches in Integrated Therapeutics, Case Studies, Communications, Ambulatory Care Elective, Capstone, and guest lectures in other courses throughout the first, second and third year curriculum. She also takes APPE students during their 4th year and IPPE students during their 2nd year. She is actively involved in the IPE curriculum as well.
Dr. Elliott’s primary areas of interest for research include diabetes, hypertension, cultural competency and the indigent population, and academia.
AACP Innovations in Teaching Award (2012)
An educational tool for teaching medication history taking to pharmacy students. Sando
KR, Elliott J, Stanton ML, Doty R. Am J Pharm Educ. 2013 Jun 12;77(5):105.
Needles: The sticky situation. Elliott J, Reece M. Practical Diabetology. Jul 2015.