Returning to school or college is vital for children and young people’s education and for their wellbeing. Time out of an education setting is detrimental to cognitive and academic development, particularly for disadvantaged children and young people. This impact can (keep reading...)
It is expected that the need for mental health services and psychosocial support will substantially increase in the coming months and years as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Investment in mental health programmes at national and international levels, which (keep reading...)
Freedom of conscience must be respected as a right in itself, although safeguards must be put into place to ensure that the most vulnerable are not discriminated against through the premise of conscientious practice.
The Maltese Association of Psychiatry (MAP) (keep reading...)
As Malta is experiencing a rise of COVID-19 infections, it is inevitable that fear, panic and anxiety increase as well. The COVID-19 pandemic is not only a threat to our physical health, but more important is the effect this is (keep reading...)
Air Pollution costing the life of more than 1 person a day in Malta
A coalition (listed) of organisations is calling for serious measures to improve local air quality.
The Centre of Research on Energy and Clean Air (keep reading...)
The Maltese Association of Psychiatry in collaboration with OASI, Caritas and the Foundation for Social Welfare Services is pleased to announce a National Conference titled: “Nghix – Hajja Sana Ghazla Taghna” taking place on the 24 March 2020 at the (keep reading...)