The Maltese Association of Psychiatry has been monitoring the situation with COVID-19 pandemic, and regretfully has decided to postpone the conference scheduled in Malta on the 28th and 29th May 2020 entitled “Improving the Health of a Nation” until further (keep reading...)
Nothing is more important to us at the Maltese Association of Psychiatry than the safety of our members, colleagues and patients.
We would like to extend our appreciation and support to the public health specialists, and other medical professionals who (keep reading...)
Please note that in view of the current situation and on implementation of Public Health measures relating to Covid-19 the National Conference has been postponed until further notice.
The Maltese Association of Psychiatry, Caritas, Oasi and Sedqa have come together (keep reading...)
Dr. Nigel Camilleri, President of the Maltese Association of Psychiatry (MAP) issued a statement of concern on behalf of the MAP following reports of widespread criminality and corruption in Malta’s Institutions.
Corruption can lead to a state of fragility within (keep reading...)
Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.Albert Einstein
The MAP encourages all its Members to take every opportunity to enrich their knowledge and partake in educational activities promoting professional development.
To this end the Maltese (keep reading...)
The Maltese Association of Psychiatry (MAP) would like to congratulate Dr. Fabrizia Cassar on her election as President of the Maltese Association of Psychiatric Trainees (MAPT) at their last AGM held in October 2019. We thus welcome her on the (keep reading...)