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Title: The long twilight
Authors: Bonnici, Jason
Keywords: Family medicine -- Malta
Family medicine -- Ireland
Physicians (General practice) -- Ireland
International cooperation
Issue Date: 2007-12
Publisher: Malta College of Family Doctors
Citation: Bonnici, J. (2007). The long twilight. Maltese Family Doctor, 16(2), 45-47.
Abstract: This is my personal reflection on a study visit in County Mayo, Ireland, in October 2007. The study visit was made possible by a Leonardo da Vinci Mobility Fund project under the Life-long Education program of the European Commission. The idea of the study visit materialized when a group of family doctors from the Mayo Faculty of the Irish College of Family Doctors met in Malta in April 2007, and they took the opportunity to have information sharing sessions with the Malta College of Family Doctors and individually visited a number of surgeries. My sincere thanks goes to Dr Scott Walkin and Patricia Kieman, and to Dr Diamwid Murray and his family, for their friendliness and for making my study visit both possible and enjoyable, as well as to Dr Pat Durcan, Dr Eleanor Fitzgerald and all their staff and colleagues.
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