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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1997Audit of a psychogeriatric ward learning environment.Incorvaja, Joseph
2019The development of public mental health in MaltaCamilleri, Miriam; Sammut, Antonella; Cachia, John M.
2016Epidemiology of serious mental illness in Malta : consequences for developing a new psychiatric hospital and community psychiatryGrech, Anton
2015Factors influencing help-seeking for mental health problems in adolescentsButtigieg, Annalise
2009Gaining an understanding of the lived experience of the young people's unit for children with challenging behaviourMercieca, Graziella (2009)
2019A healthy worker is a productive worker : a study on mental health policy at the workplace in the Maltese islandsPisani Scalpello, Daniela
2019Life interrupted : exploring biographies of young adults living with depressionGrima, Cathleen
2013The lived experience of professionals who work with mentally ill individualsBorg, Daniela (2013)
1994Malta’s mental health reformSaliba, Joseph R.
2004Mental disease in MaltaSavona-Ventura, Charles
1996The mental health ActGalea, Abraham
1994The mental health ActGalea, Abraham
2013Mental health professionals' experiences of clients coping with bipolar disorderCalleja, Rachel
1995Mental health reform : the nursing perspective on a vision a position statement on the scope of psychiatric nursing practice in Malta and implications for nursing educationUniversity of Malta. Institute of Health Care
1994Mental health services in Malta -1994Saliba, Joseph R.
1996Mental health services in Malta -1996Saliba, Joseph R.
2018Moving asylum : quo vadis?Axiak, Marija
2019Moving forward : addressing the mental health needs of refugees and asylum seekers in Malta : the professionals’ perspectiveFalzon, Marietta-Therese
2007A needs assessment of community resettled mental health service users.Xerri, Louise
2008Patients experiences of services and their delivers, in an acute psychiatric ward.Zammit, Sally