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Annette Rob­son BNut­Di­et Grad­Cert­Di­a­betes­Mgmt­Ed APD

Annette grad­u­at­ed from Flinders Uni­ver­si­ty in 2014 after com­plet­ing the Bach­e­lor degree in Nutri­tion and Dietet­ics. In 2015 she under­took fur­ther study to com­plete a Grad­u­ate Cer­tifi­cate in Dia­betes Man­age­ment and Edu­ca­tion and in 2016 stud­ied renal nutrition.

Annette has a pro­fes­sion­al inter­est in women’s health and fer­til­i­ty, and she enjoys pro­vid­ing indi­vid­u­al­ized com­pre­hen­sive edu­ca­tion in all aspects of this includ­ing poly­cys­tic ovary syn­drome, healthy weight man­age­ment, gas­troin­testi­nal health and IBS, kid­ney health, coeli­ac dis­ease, car­dio­vas­cu­lar health and self-man­age­ment of diabetes.

Annette has enjoyed the diver­si­ty of work­ing in pri­vate prac­tice in coun­try South Aus­tralia and Alice Springs, in the acute hos­pi­tal set­ting, as well as work­ing in Aged Care Res­i­den­tial Facil­i­ties. She has also con­duct­ed work­shops for menu plan­ning in Long Day Care, fussy eat­ing and man­ag­ing aller­gies and intolerances.

Her pas­sion is work­ing togeth­er with clients in a holis­tic and moti­va­tion­al man­ner to devel­op achiev­able, real­is­tic goals to attain sus­tain­able lifestyle behav­iour changes for opti­mal good health.