Dr Georgie Paxton is a paediatrician who has worked in refugee health for more than a decade. Georgie is the clinical lead of the Royal Children’s Hospital Immigrant Health Clinic; she is actively involved in guideline and policy development in refugee health and related areas, at local, state and national level, and has trained more than 16 paediatricians in refugee health in Victoria. Her research interests include electronic health systems and the health status of refugee children and young people in Victoria. She was Chair of the Victorian Refugee Health Network over 2013 – 2015, and currently sits on the Minister’s Advisory Council for Asylum Seekers and Detention. In 2016, she was inducted to the Victorian Honour Roll for Women for her work in refugee health.