Women’s Health is the UK’s number one authority on health and wellness; leading the charge in helping you create a happy, healthy and fit lifestyle.

Daily, we produce informative and educational features to support your health journey and in doing so, embrace conversation within our communities.

It’s why we’ve won PPA Consumer magazine of the year for three years running and individual team members have collected notable accolades at BSME, Digital PPA and Guild of Health Writers Awards.

But back to you. At WH we understand that wellness is unique to each and every one of you and it’s why you’ll find approachable, applicable and actionable advice for all women.

Here on womenshealthmag.com/UK – and at every touch point from print to events– we cut through the wellness noise to deliver you positive, engaging, informative content that’s based on leading expert comment and scientific research.

We know that our relationship with you is based on trust and our team of journalists and editors are not only passionate about healthy living, but also highly trained in reporting and editing on the topics you’re concerned about. From in-house PTs to contributing doctors and nutritionists, all our content is backed up by vetted experts who are leaders in their fields.

We’re proud to share that today, Women’s Health (print, digital and social) has become the one-stop-wellness destination for millions of women.

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The Editorial Team

The Women’s Health team reflects our core audience: you. It’s how we understand and translate hard-line science into informative features and news that you’ll want to read and share.

Let us introduce the team and share how you can contact them.

Claire Sanderson, Editor-in-Chief

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With over 17 years’ experience, Claire has held a number of senior roles on high-profile media brands including Assistant Editor of Look and look.co.uk, Acting Deputy News Editor of Grazia, and Senior News Writer of First magazine. Today, when not smashing it in the gym she leads the charge on Women’s Health.

Get in touch @clairesanderson

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Since joining the Women’s Health team five years ago, Nikki has perfected the art of a cynical eyebrow raise, investigating wellness trends from psychobiotics to CBD and reporting on everything from the dark side of the FODMAP diet to the impact of Covid on the UK birth rate. When she’s not editing the words you read in the print magazine, you’ll find her running around the streets of Leyton, east London, trying and failing to commit to a weekly yoga practise and performing reiki on her cats.

Get in touch @nikki_osman

Emma Gritt, Multiplatform Director

When it comes to wellness, if it’s a bit ‘out there’, Emma has probably given it a go – or wants to. When she’s not at work, she is most likely to be found tending to her plants and pets, enjoying being out and about on foot or her bike, lost in a good book, bingeing trashy TV, or planning her next trip away.

Roisín’s role at Women’s Health is all about light and shade. You might find her conducting celebrity cover interviews akin to gossipy therapy sessions one day, then editing a highly-sensitive and science-packed investigation into the women’s healthcare crisis the next. A force for inventive storytelling across all mediums, Roisín has scooped three industry awards – including the PPA’s prestigious Writer of the Year – and is long-time host of WH podcast Going for Goal.

Bridie Wilkins, Fitness Director

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Bridie Wilkins

Bridie looks after WH’s fitness content across digital, print, social and membership. She could – and does – talk about the benefits of exercise until the cows come home, and after eight years as a fitness journalist, trying and testing trends across the country, you can trust her judgement. Her ultimate goal? To reverse the ‘exercise for aesthetics’ rhetoric, and to prove fitness is accessible to all.

Get in touch @bridiewilkins

Get in touch @roisin.dervishokane

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Claudia is Health Editor at Women’s Health UK: she spends her time editing and writing features about the full spectrum of female health, from how hormonal changes impact your life to the latest in vaccine developments.

Get in touch @claudiacanavan

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Alice Barraclough

With nearly a decade of journalistic experience – in print, online and social – at national newspapers and lifestyle magazines, it’s fair to say Alice has tried it all when it comes to health and fitness. From packing herself off to an extreme Aveduric retreat in Sri Lanka and sweat-testing every new fitness fad to running the London Marathon and completing a 70.3 IronMan, Alice now looks after WH’s food content. With a ‘food first’ ethos, she is here to help you decipher exactly which foods will support your health, and which macro-counting, pasta-replacing, intermittent-fasting, 13-day cleanse is just, well, a scam. A keen baker and host, her favourite dessert has to be pavlova (with lots of summer berries and whipped cream, of course).

Get in touch @al_barraclough

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Jess Bantleman

Jess Bantleman (She/Her) is the social media manager for Women’s Health UK who leads the content creation and social strategy across the brand’s social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Pinterest, as well as the Women’s Health Collective Membership. When she’s not trying to convince her team that TikTok isn’t just for Gen-Z, you can find her trying to make our small corner of the internet a safe, and inspiring place for all.

Get in touch @jessbantleman

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Georgie Lane-Godfrey

As well as overseeing all the features in the magazine, Georgie looks after the content on our brilliant membership platform, Women’s Health Collective. At work, her interests lie in the intersection between wellness and the female experience. At home, she’s more concerned with actually managing to complete a workout without being sat on by either her dog or child.

Get in touch @GeorgieLGodfrey

Jessica is Women’s Health’s ecommerce editor and covers shopping content that spans across beauty, gym wear, fitness, health, and travel. On a daily basis, Jessica is writing first person reviews, in-depth buying guides and covering any sales or exciting new launches the WH reader wouldn’t want to miss.

Get in touch @JessicaJeanODonnell

Kate Cheng, Health & Fitness Writer

Kate puts together content that covers functional and strength training, aerobic exercise, workout challenges, interviews and news. When she’s not doing gym laundry, she’s probably shopping for secondhand outfits or listening to music.

Get in touch @kingggkate

To contact the team please put their name in the subject line and email [email protected].

WH Contributors

Joslyn Thompson-Rule, Fitness

Joslyn has have 14 years’ experience as a Personal Trainer and Sports Therapist. Studying and teaching health and wellness rocks her world! For the past 6 years she has worked with Nike as one of their Global Master Trainers.


Experts Women’s Health Trusts

Registered Dietitians

Laura Tilt, R.D., spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association (BDA); Priya Tew, R.D., Winner of the BDA’s Media Spokesperson of the Year; Rick Miller, R.D., clinical & sports dietitian; Megan Rossi, PhD, R.D., BHSc, Research Fellow at King’s College London; Rhiannon Lambert, RNutr., BSc, MSc, founder of leading Harley Street clinic Rhitrition; Alice Mackintosh, RNutr. therapist based in Chelsea and on governing board of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC); Louise Symington, MSc, BSc, R.D., Brighton-based dietitian; Rupy Aujla, M.D., creator of the UK’s first ‘Culinary Medicine’ course, accredited by the Royal College of General Practice.

Personal Trainers

Luke Worthington, qualified Sports Scientist; Laura Hoggins, Strength Training Coach and founder of Lifted Fitness; Performance coach, personal trainer and nutritional expert; Jessica Skye; Yoga teacher.

Women’s Reproductive Health Professionals

Dr Anita Mitra, BSc(Hons), MBChb, PhD, ob-gyn based in London; Dr Lisa Owens, M.D., endocrinologist at King’s College London; Dr Channa Jayasena. M.A., PhD, MRCP, FRCPath, Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Reproductive Endocrinology and Andrology at Imperial College & Hammersmith Hospital, London; Professor Andrew Horne, MB ChB, PhD, FRCOG, FRCP, Professor of Gynaecology and Reproductive Sciences at the University of Edinburgh; Dr Louise Newson, M.D., member of the International Menopause Society and the British Menopause Society; HCA Healthcare UK.

Mental Health Experts

Dr Sarah Vohra, consultant psychiatrist, bestselling author and founder of The Mind Medic; Dr Chi-Chi Obuaya MB BS BSc MRCPsych MBA, consultant psychiatrist for the NHS; Dr Jessamy Hibberd, BSc, MSc, DClinPsy, PgDip, chartered clinical psychologist and bestselling author; Dr Kimberley Wilson, chartered psychologist and governor of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Mental Health Trust; Dr Tara Swart, M.D., PhD, neuroscientist, leadership coach, former psychiatrist, now Faculty at MIT & King’s College London; Dr Pete Olusoga, BPS Chartered Psychologist & Senior Lecturer in Sport Psychology & Coaching, Sheffield Hallam University.

Cardiology Experts

Dr Amanda Varnava, M.A., M.D., FRCP, consultant cardiologist with Imperial College Healthcare.


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