Lead Dietitian: Anne Wright

Special areas of interest- Womens’ Health, Fertility Specialist, Diabetes, Gut Health (IBS), Non-Diet Approaches to Weight Concerns,

Anne Wright BSc (Hons), Grad Dip Education, Grad Dip Nutrition and Dietetics, MBDA, FHEA, RD
Anne has a true passion for healthy food, nutrition therapy and health education. Her mission is to share this passion for healthy eating and to enhance the health and well-being of individuals and organisations through effective, integrative, evidence-based and realistic approaches to achieving optimum nutrition.


Anne has twenty-five years’ experience as a Dietitian/Nutritionist and works exclusively as a private consultant with AM Dietetics. Her Dietetic career has been International; in both Australia and the United Kingdom.

After graduating from the Queensland University of Technology in June 1994, Anne worked in a wide and varied range of positions throughout Queensland. These positions included Hospital/clinical roles in both Brisbane and in Rural Areas, work in Private Practice, Teaching (TAFE), Health Promotion and Workplace Health, (the Heart Foundation). She also worked for a year, in 2014 as a clinical trainer and Lecturer with Griffith University and Mater Health Services, Brisbane.

In 1999, Anne was successful in obtaining a position as Senior Community Dietitian in the United Kingdom and made the move to the North West of England. She has spent over 13 years in the United Kingdom, moving on to other roles such as Chief/Advanced practitioner in Diabetes at Aintree Hospital/Walton Diabetes Centre- Liverpool and then as a University Lecturer where she was Programme Leader MSc Diabetes Management, Programme Leader in Human Nutrition and Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Chester. Anne has also been a programme development group member for the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) development of diabetes guidelines and is a British Dietetic Association Media Spokesperson.

In her media spokesperson role, Anne has appeared in articles in Weight Watcher’s Magazine, The Daily Mail Newspaper and on BBC Breakfast Radio. She have written for health blogs and magazines, such as Dental Hygiene and Therapy Magazine (UK) and Network Health Digest. Anne has worked on health projects with Gendius, Aymes International, Nestle, Pfizer and Merck Sanofi. She was awarded a place on the British Dietetic Association’s Roll of Honour in 2018.

Anne’s qualifications include:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree (H) (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) – Diabetes Science, Research Methods and Data Analysis- University of Chester, UK
  • FODMAPS trained- Monash University Low FODMAP Dietitian Course 2018
  • Introduction to Functional Medicine Course – Institute for Functional Medicine 2018
  • Applying intuitive eating and non-diet approaches in practice (2017)
  • Paediatric Nutrition, Monash University (2016)
  • Non Diet Approach Training – Non Diet Approach for Dietitians (Brisbane, Australia 2015), Food-Body-Mind sessions for Dietitians (Body Positive Australia, 2017)

Memberships and Registrations:

  • Registered Dietitian UK (HCPC) DT 7057
  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian Aus (APD) – on hold whilst in UK
  • Accredited Nutritionist (Au)
  • Member of the British Dietetic Association
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

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