Dr Beth Wright
She practices all aspects of general dermatology in adults (diagnosis, and where required investigation and treatment of skin complaints) including acne and acne scarring, eczema, psoriasis, skin rashes and some hair and scalp disorders.
Her specialist interests include the diagnosis, medical and surgical treatment of sun damage and pre-cancerous skin lesions, moles (benign or malignant), and unwanted lumps and bumps (including cysts, and skin tags). Her NHS role is focussed on the diagnosis and treatment of malignant (cancerous) skin lesions which include Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC), Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) and Malignant Melanoma (MM) and subsequently, she attends the specialist skin cancer multidisciplinary team (SSMDT) meetings weekly. This allows Dr. Wright to establish best practice and up-to-date treatments for her patients with complex or high-risk skin cancers amongst specialist colleagues. She is skin Cancer Lead Clinician for North Bristol NHS Trust.
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Dr Wright offers Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for some hair, scalp and localised inflammatory disorders, acne scarring (where appropriate) and skin rejuvenation (please complete the enquiry form for further information). Alongside dermatological (skin) surgery, Dr Wright practices ablative carbon dioxide laser therapy at Southmead Hospital for a range of dermatological, aesthetic and scarring conditions. Her experience and training in both the diagnostic, medical and procedural management of skin complaints and skin lesions allows her to provide a comprehensive, thorough, and aesthetically sympathetic approach where possible to many common skin complaints including acne and associated scarring as an example.
Dr Wright strives to provide patient-centred and evidence-based patient care. As predominantly an NHS clinician, Dr Wright will be honest and forthcoming with what treatments are recommended, indicated, and effective for skin complaints and discusses with her patients NHS treatment options and pathways where appropriate.
Dr Wright does not provide allergy and patch testing, consultations for male genital dermatoses or surgical nail procedures. She does not provide consultations for patients with skin infestations, including scabies.
Dr Wright is a trustee of the Skin Cancer Research Fund (SCaRF) and holds an active national role in advancing teledermatology within the British Association of Dermatologists working party group.
Dr. Wright graduated from the University of Nottingham Medical School in 2009 with Honours. After completing her foundation training in Lincoln and Nottingham she moved to Perth, Australia to obtain experience in acute medical specialties and oncology alongside a professor with clinical and research expertise in melanoma. Dr Wright returned to the UK (Bristol) to complete her medical training and Membership to the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) qualifications. Her specialist Dermatology training and certification were completed in Bristol and Bath. Dr Wright was entered into the Dermatology Specialist Register with the GMC in 2019.
Consultant Dermatologist, Skin Cancer Lead and Dermatology Clinical Governance Lead at North Bristol NHS Trust.
Education Lead for British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) Working Party Group.
Diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of sun damage and pre-cancerous skin.
Moles (benign or malignant).
Lumps and bumps (including cysts, and skin tags).
Royal College of Physicians of London (RCP)
British Association of Dermatologists (BAD)
British Hair and Nails Society (BHNS)
British Society for Dermatological Surgery (BSDS)
British Medical Laser Association (BMLA)
British Medical Association (BMA)
2019 Trainee of the year for non GIM specialty, Severn Deanery
2015 British Society of Dermatological Surgery (BSDS) Ashley Cooper Award
2009 Honours awarded for primary medical degree (top 10% of candidates), University of Nottingham
Bridgewater, K., Vilenchik, V., Ngo, D., Wright, B., Oxley, J., Kravvas, G., Hitchens, E., Thomas, K., Ormerod, E. and Keith, D., 2021. Pulsed dye laser to treat reactive angioendotheliomatosis. Lasers in Medical Science, pp.1-2.
Dear K, Wright B, Keith D. Schöpf– Schulz–Passarge syndrome. Royal Society of Medicine, April 2019.
Wright B, de Berker D. Time lapse retronychia video from serial patient held images. 26th European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology congress, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2017
Bray D, Davies G, Wright B. British Society for Dermatological Surgery (BSDS) & British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS) Guidance on Implanted Devices & Dermatological Surgery. July 2017.
Wright B, de Berker D. Yellow nail syndrome – What to do. British Association of Dermatologists 97th Annual Meeting, Liverpool, July 2017.
Wright B, Bray A. Guidelines for safe diathermy/electrosurgery in patients with Cardiac Rhythm Devices (CRDs) undergoing skin surgery, British Association of Dermatologists 97th Annual Meeting, July 2017.
King N, Wright B, Dunnill G. Refractory paraneoplastic pemphigus in unicentric Castleman’s disease. South West of England and Wales Dermatology & The Dowling Club meeting, Bristol. January 2017.
Wright B, Dunnill G. Hailey- Hailey disease with symptomatic dermographism. South West of England and Wales Dermatology & The Dowling Club meeting, Bristol. January 2017.
Wright B, de Berker D. Bilateral lymphoedema secondary to Yellow nail syndrome. South West of England and Wales Dermatology & The Dowling Club meeting, Bristol. January 2017.
Keith, D., Sanderson, M., Gane, K., Wright, B., Wells, T., Neary, W., Dangoor, A., Bhatt, N. and Sansom, J., 2016, July. Metastatic epithelioid angiosarcoma. In BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY (Vol. 175, pp. 28-28)
Wright B, de Berker D. Tertiary teledermatology: E-Nail – a national and international specialist service. 6th World Congress of Teledermatology, October 2016
Named co - lead investigator for ALPHA: ALitretinoin versus PUVA in severe chronic Hand eczema trial. University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust. August 2016 – August 2017.
Wright B, de Berker D. Tertiary teledermatology: E-Nail – a national and international specialist service. British Association of Dermatologists 96th Annual Meeting, Birmingham, July 2016.
Wright B, Bray A. Electrochemotherapy treatment of multiple basal cell carcinomas in a patient with Gorlin syndrome. Royal Society of Medicine, May 2016.
Rice, C.M., Oware, A., Klepsch, S., Wright, B., Bhatt, N., Renowden, S.A., Jenkins, M.H., Rajan, S. and Bovill, B.A., 2016. Leprous ganglionitis and myelitis. Neurology-Neuroimmunology Neuroinflammation, 3(3), p.e236.
Wright B, Bray A. The safety of skin surgery in patients with Implanted Cardiac Devices (ICD). British Association of Dermatologists 95th Annual Meeting, Manchester, July 2015.
Wright B, Dunnill G. A case of PAPASH syndrome. Bristol Regional Hidradenitis study day. Bristol Royal Infirmary, March 2016
Wright B, Rice C. Paucibacillary leprosy with dermatological and neurological manifestations. Derm Doc, British Association Of Dermatologists, September 2014.
Patel, A. Rangaraj, S, Wright, B, & Murphy, R. (2012). An unusual presentation of juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus. Clinical and experimental dermatology, 37(3), 249-251.
Wright B, Patel A. A severe case of phytophotodermatitis. European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Spring Symposium, Czech Republic, April 2011.
Patel A, Wright B. A severe case of phytophotodermatitis. European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Spring Symposium, Czech Republic, April 2011.
Wright B. Designing and delivering a medical work experience programme ‘AzMedEx’. The National Gateway Conference, Leeds 2008.
Sharkey, D., Wright, B., Wardle, S., Jarvis, C. and Budge, H., 2007. The nutritional cost of prematurity-time to get the balance right. Acta Paediatrica, 96, pp.15-16.