The Maltese Association of Psychiatry (MAP) would like to welcome Dr Emma Camilleri on the Executive Committee as Trainee Representative and congratulate her on her recent election as President of the Maltese Association of (keep reading...)
The Maltese Association of Psychiatry issued a press release urging the Department of Education to keep schools open. Returning to school is vital not only for the childrens’and young people’s education but also for their general well-being and the MAP (keep reading...)
World Mental Health Day is commemorated on the 10th October of each year and it is with us again.
No one is immune to mental health disorders. Furthermore, the current Covid-19 Pandemic is expected to increase the need of mental (keep reading...)
Today 17th September is National Physician Suicide Awareness Day, commenced by the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD) in the US and supported by multiple other medical organisations. Its motto is “Shine a Light. Speak its name”. (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...)