Dr Alyce Wilson is a public health doctor working in global maternal, child health and nutrition at the Burnet Institute. She is a medical doctor with additional qualifications in nutrition and dietetics, obstetrics and gynaecology and public health. Alyce is also a lecturer within the Department of Medical Education at the University of Melbourne and continues to work in a weekly clinic at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne. She is an advanced trainee of the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM), within the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) and is currently undertaking a PhD examining the quality of maternal and child health systems in Papua New Guinea. Alyce has over ten years of experience in conducting translational and operational research, public health program design, implementation and policy development in local, national and international settings in Australia and abroad (Papua New Guinea, India, Samoa and Switzerland). She has also worked alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in urban, rural and remote settings in Victoria, Cape York, Torres Strait and Northern Territory.