Dr Talila Milroy is a Yindjibarndi and Palyku General Practitioner and researcher from Western Australia. She graduated from the University of Syndey in 2015 and was awarded her Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2022. She has research interests in Aboriginal health and women’s and children’s health. She completed a RACGP Academic Post in 2020 which explored experiences of racism for Indigenous GP trainees. Previous research has included studies on pelvic floor dysfunction for Aboriginal women and Aboriginal people’s stolen wages. She currently works clinically with a multidisciplinary primary care clinic for Aboriginal women and families and contributes to general practice teaching at UWA Medical School.