Dr Alyce Wilson is a Public Health Registrar and Research Fellow working in global maternal, child health and nutrition. She is a medical doctor with additional expertise in public health, obstetrics and gynaecology and nutrition and dietetics. Alyce continues to work clinically at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne and is also a lecturer in the Melbourne Medical School at the University of 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 experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in North Queensland including Cape York and the Torres Strait, the Northern Territory and Victoria. She has also worked in several settings abroad in India, Samoa and Geneva.
She has a broad range of experience in education and training, conducting implementation research, public health programming, health promotion, communications and policy development within maternal and newborn health and nutrition programs in Australia and abroad.
- 2020 - present: Burnet Representative, International Consortium on Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights
- 2020 – present: Policy and Advocacy Committee Member & Victorian Registrar Representative, Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
- 2019 – present: Affiliate lecturer, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food, Monash University
- 2018 – present: Editorial Board Member, O&G Magazine, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
- 2018 – present: Australia/New Zealand Steering Committee Member, Need for Nutrition/Education Innovation Programme (NNEdPro), Cambridge University
- 2018 – current: Public Health Registrar and Research Fellow (Burnet Institute)
- 2018 – current: Medical Doctor (Royal Women’s Hospital)
- 2014 – current: Lecturer (Melbourne Medical School, University of Melbourne)
- 2018 -Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
- 2018 – Master of Public Health, University of Melbourne
- 2015 – Doctor of Medicine, University of Melbourne
- 2008 – Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours, Deakin University
- 2007 – Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, Monash University
COVID-19 Journey Project
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies
HMHB - Health Services for Postnatal and Infancy Care
HMHB: Quality of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Newborn Health Services Study
Rapid review of maternal health recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic
Responding to COVID-19 and preparing for the future
- Wilson and Homer reply to Papadakis.
Wilson AN, Homer CSE
Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol. 2020 Jun; 60(3):E7
- Caring for the carers: Ensuring the provision of quality maternity care during a global pandemic.
Wilson AN, Ravaldi C, Scoullar MJL, Vogel JP, Szabo RA, Fisher JRW, Homer CSE
Women Birth. 2020 Apr; Epub ahead of print
- Editorial: Words matter; language matters.
Homer C, Wilson A, Davis D
Women Birth. 2020 Mar; 33(2):105-106
- Third- and fourth-degree tears: A review of the current evidence for prevention and management.
Wilson AN, Homer CSE
Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol. 2020 Feb; 60(2):175-182
- Traditional food availability and consumption in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Ferguson M, Brown C, Georga C, Miles E, Wilson A, Brimblecombe J
Aust N Z J Public Health. 2017 Jun; 41(3):294-298
- Low rates of predominant breastfeeding in hospital after gestational diabetes, particularly among Indigenous women in Australia.
Chamberlain CR, Wilson AN, Amir LH, O'Dea K, Campbell S, Leonard D, Ritte R, Mulcahy M, Eades S, Wolfe R
Aust N Z J Public Health. 2017 Apr; 41(2):144-150
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