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  • Cordina, Maria (Malta College of Pharmacy Practice, 2006)
    Over 10 years ago two pharmacists got together and identified a gap in the professional development opportunities of pharmacists. They felt the need to address this gap and immediately teamed up with other pharmacists to ...
  • Xuereb Anastasi, Angela A.; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe (Malta Chamber of Scientists, 2016-07)
    It was twenty years ago today that the Malta Chamber of Scientists published the first issue of Xjenza. At one of its meetings, some sixteen months prior to the first issue in July 1996, a member of the Chambber of ...
  • Ellul, Ian C. (British Medical Students' Association. Malta Branch, 2019)
    I wish to start this editorial by posing a question. Should a young female patient who enters in your clinic, and whose father is known to you as suffering from Huntington’s, be informed of her father’s condition? As you ...
  • Aquilina, J. (University of Malta. Faculty of Arts, 1969)
    An editorial is any article written by the editor, who, if he is a sensible man, writes on subjects of interest to the community for whom he publishes his review. The editor of this journal, being also the President of the ...
  • Bezzina, Christopher (University of Malta. Faculty of Education, 2015)
    This special issue collects a series of papers written by a number of Maltese educators who read for a doctoral or masters degree in foreign universities. This issue serves, first of all, as a tribute to those educators ...
  • Sillato Copperstone, Claire (Malta College of Pharmacy Practice, 2007)
    Food is essential for health and survival of the human body. This is the main concept behind the subject of nutritional science.
  • Duca, Edward; Camilleri, Cassi (University of Malta, 2017-03)
    THINK is evolving. For 2017 we picked four elements as our inspiration for each issue. We begin with this Air special focus, followed by Water, Earth, and Fire. Each element is a launch pad into the web of research happening ...
  • Grech, Victor (University of Malta. Medical School, 2018-07)
    The full human genome sequence (via the Human Genome Project) was mapped and published 15 years ago, a 10 year project that cost circa $30bn. Since then technological advances and cheap computing power have markedly ...
  • Ellul, Pierre (University of Malta. Medical School, 2017-06)
    In this edition of the MMSG, in the manuscript by Coppini et al, we read about the presence of oesophageal varices in patients with Child-A cirrhosis.In this study group the main cause for cirrhosis was Non-alcoholicstea ...
  • Mayo, Peter (Routledge, 2009)
    This issue of Educational Philosophy and Theory seeks to pay tribute to Antonio Gramsci, a great political figure and social thinker of the 20th century. It comprises papers from different parts of the world including ...
  • Grech, Victor; Savona-Ventura, Charles; Cacciottolo, Joseph M. (University of Malta. Medical School, 2019-04)
    The human condition cannot be compartmentalized into separate and convenient facets. The individual, as well as the society he/she lives in, is a complex conglomeration of experiences that transcend all aspects of life. ...
  • Aquilina, Guze (Ghaqda tal-Malti, 1948)
    In this editorial, Aquilina examines the life of French poet Arthur Rimbaud. Here Aquilina also shares some of Rimbaud's works which are translated into Maltese.
  • Aquilina, Guze (Ghaqda tal-Malti, 1947)
    In this editorial, the author examines the meaning of art in relation to life and morality. He also analyses several well-known art pieces.
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey; Rizzo, Saviour; Zammit, Edward L. (Agenda, 2003)
    The WPDC is a labour-oriented research, education, information and consultancy centre operating at the University of Malta since 1981. It contributes to the development of the knowledge, skills, competences and ancillary ...
  • Cordina, Maria (Malta College of Pharmacy Practice, 2014)
    Issues relating to gender and health are quite intriguing. When interacting with patients one observes that men and women have different health-related concerns, deal with situations differently, present with different ...
  • Camilleri Grima, Antoinette (University of Malta. Faculty of Education, 2016)
    For decades, Maltese and English were present in the classroom de facto, but research on how and why they were, and still are, adopted by teachers and learners across the curriculum only started in the early nineteen-n ...
  • Radhakrishnan, Sitaraman; Tomar, Munesh (Images in Paediatric Cardiology, 2009)
    Isolated noncompaction of the ventricular myocardium involving both ventricles is a rare entity. This article reports a rare case of biventricular noncompaction presenting with features of fetal distress and moderate tricuspid ...
  • Ellul, Ian C. (Medical Portals Ltd., 2017)
    Blockchain technology was invented in 2009 as platform for cryptocurrencies (most of us are familiar with bitcoin). In essence, it is a generic tool to keep secure data in a decentralized encrypted ledger of transactions ...
  • Ellul, Ian C. (Medical Portals Ltd., 2017)
    Further to the previous editorial, let me attempt to highlight the main advantages of blockchain in relation to the Maltese healthcare industry...
  • Aquilina, J. (University of Malta. Faculty of Arts, 1975)
    The historical concept of higher education in Malta is being obscured by new crude mental attitudes of people without a sense of tradition and history who are disregarding the very raison d'etre of every university, which ...