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helping you manage your Diabetes

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My name is Anne Wright. I am a Dietitian with a special interest in Diabetes and have spent many years helping people to prevent the onset of Diabetes and, for those already diagnosed with Diabetes – to manage their blood sugars through diet and lifestyle therapies.


Having a strong family history of Diabetes, I had seen family members struggle with their treatments and control over the years and have been conscious of preventing the onset of Type 2 Diabetes myself.


When I became a Dietitian, 25 years ago, I decided to specialise in Diabetes and soon found myself on the path to working in Diabetes Care.


My dietetic career has been International; across both Australia and the United Kingdom. I have spent the last fifteen years working in the North West of England as a Senior Community Dietitian, as Chief/Advanced practitioner in Diabetes at Aintree Hospital/Walton Diabetes Centre- Liverpool and then as a University Lecturer where I was Programme Leader MSc. Diabetes Management, Programme Leader in Human Nutrition and Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Chester. I have also been a programme development group member for the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) for Diabetes guideline development and am a British Dietetic Association Media Spokesperson. I now work solely in private practice.


I have helped many, many people with their Diabetes care .


This has included those with all types of Diabetes, at all stages of their lives. Whilst working with NHS was a wonderful experience, I was never able to give people the time and support that I can in private practice. I now have the luxury of being able to spend more time, a good hour, with my clients, listening to them and getting to know how their Diabetes impacts their lives. I am able to put care plans into place that are individual to each client. I offer up to date, evidence based approaches to diabetes management. I use a holistic, health coaching method.


The Qualifications Bit:

•Bachelor of Science Degree (majoring in Anatomy and Physiology) -University of Queensland

•Postgraduate Diploma in Education – Australian Catholic University

•Postgraduate Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics (June 1994) – Queensland University of Technology

•Masters of Science Modules completed (2012) MSc Diabetes Management – Diabetes Science, Research Methods and Data Analysis- University of Chester, UK


Memberships and Registrations:

•Registered Dietitian UK (HCPC) DT 7057 (Under Myers)

•Accredited Practising Dietitian Aus (APD)

•Member of the British Dietetic Association

•Member of The Dietitians Association of Australia

•Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

•British Dietetic Association Spokesperson

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