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2019Blue therapeutic spaces on islands : coastal landscapes and their impact on the health and wellbeing of people in MaltaSatariano, Bernadine
2019Diverse socioeconomic processes influencing health and wellbeing across generations in deprived neighbourhoods in MaltaSatariano, Bernadine
2022The emergent inequities and inequalities resulting from lockdown and social distancing measures taken to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within a Maltese scenarioSatariano, Bernadine; Bajada, Therese
2018The experience of social determinants of health within a Southern European Maltese cultureSatariano, Bernadine; Curtis, Sarah E.
2022Food security in MaltaBajada, Therese; Satariano, Bernadine; Camilleri Fenech, Margaret; Radmilli, Rachel
2019Landform loss and its effect on health and well-being : the collapse of the Azure Window (Gozo) and the resultant reactions of the media and the Maltese communitySatariano, Bernadine; Gauci, Ritienne
2022Narrations of the countries in Eastern and Southern Europe : MaltaBajada, Therese; Satariano, Bernadine
2020Religion, health, social capital and place : the role of the religious, social processes and the beneficial and detrimental effects on the health and wellbeing of inhabitants in deprived neighbourhoods in MaltaSatariano, Bernadine
2020Social capital, health and place : the two sides of the same coinSatariano, Bernadine
2019Subverting neighbourhood normalcy and the impacts on child wellbeing in MaltaSatariano, Bernadine
2021Symposia Melitensia : number 17Satariano, Bernadine
2022Symposia Melitensia : number 18Satariano, Bernadine
2021The therapeutic value of the sea and its impact on health and wellbeingSatariano, Bernadine
2018“This neighbourhood is killing us!” The impact of neighbourhood conditions on the health and wellbeing of people living in deprived neighbourhoods in MaltaSatariano, Bernadine