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PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

Abela J and Mallia P, 2016. Training in palliative medicine and Maltese doctors: a cross-sectional survey. JMCFD; 5(2): 13-19. [pdf]

Mallia P, 2014. Malta. Handbook of Global Bioethics, Springer Netherlands, 1289-1304.

Mallia P, Daniele R, Sacco S, Carolei A, Pistoia F, 2014. Ethical Aspects in Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States. Submitted by request of guest editor to Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Design; 20(26); 4299-4304.

Mallia P, 2013. Developments in IVF legislation in a Catholic Country. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy; 16(3), 385-390.

Mallia P, Ellul B and Abela J, 2012. Attitudes of family doctors, attached to the Department of Family Medicine, towards consulting and treating young people. Malta Medical Journal; 24(3): 34-38. [pdf]

Mallia P, 2012. Development and status of Bioethics in Malta. In Compendium and Atlas of Global Bioethics, Henk Ten Have & Bert Gordijn (eds.), Springer.

Mallia P, 2012. Are clarifications of feeding and hydration in PVS needed by Catholic authorities? International Journal of Bioethics; 23(3-4): 179-188.

Mallia P, 2012. Is there a Mediterranean Bioethics? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy; 15:419-429.

Mallia P, 2012. Gender issues and the elderly: are working parents affecting negatively the Maltese elderly population?. BOLD: United Nations Journal of the International Institute on Ageing; 22(2); 2-6.

Mallia P, Attard Montaldo S, Mohammed Moustafa N, Silverman H, (chapter editor), 2012. Ethics of Medical Education: practice and research. For Global Overview of Medical Education, Eds Abdu Salam M. El Gatit & Victor E. Grech.

Mallia P, 2011. Biobanking in Malta. In Luciana Caenazzo & Renzo Pegoraro (eds.) Biobanks in the Mediterranean Area, Notebooks of Applied Ethics, Fondazione Lanza, Padova (Italy): 79-86.

Abela J and Mallia P, 2010. An evaluation of palliative care education in the specialist training programme in family medicine. Malta Medical Journal; 22(4): 26-33. [pdf]

Mallia P, 2010. Problems faced with legislating for IVF technology in a Roman Catholic Country. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy (Springer); 13: 77-87.

Laurie G, Mallia P, Frenkel D, Krajewska A, Moniz H, Nordal s, Pitz C, Sandor J, 2010. Managing access to biobanks: how can we reconcile individual privacy and public interests in genetic research? Medical Law International issue; 10(4): 315-337.

Mallia P, 2010. Clinical Intervention in Aging: Ethico-legal issues in assessing risk and benefit. Journal of Clinical Intervention in Aging; 5: 373-380.

Mallia P, 2010. Biopsychosocial and End-of-Life Care – timely intervention for Elderly. Journal of the International Institute on Aging; 20(4): 22-29.

*Mallia P, 2008. Reproductive Technology. The Synapse Medical Review; January.

*Mallia P, 2007. The Data Protection Act. The Synapse Medical Review; September.

*Mallia P, 2007. Centre for Bioethics and Patient Advocacy. The Synapse Medical Review; September: 20-21.

*Mallia P, 2007. Negligence and Malpractice. The Synapse Medical Review; March: 12.

*Mallia P, 2007. On Informed Consent. Part 2. The Synapse Medical Review; January.

*Mallia P, 2006. On Informed Consent. Part 1. The Synapse Medical Review; November: 12-13.

*Mallia P, 2006. Ethical Aspects of Cord Blood Banking. Part 2. The Synapse Medical Review; September.

*Mallia P, 2006. Ethical Aspects of Cord Blood Banking. Part 1. The Synapse Medical Review; July.

Mallia P, 2006. Continuing Medical Education. In Eds. Mario R. Sammut, Pierre Mallia, Rosanne Debono, Update: Community Child Health, Vivian Corporation, Malta: 7-11.

*Mallia P, 2006. Stem Cell Research. The Synapse Medical Review; March.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2005. Pragmatic approaches to genetic screening. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy; 8(1): 69-77.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2005. The Rediscovery of Trinitarian Theology as Applied to Bioethics. Ethics and Medicine, Centre for Bioethics and Human Dignity, Washington; 21:2.

Mallia P, 2005. Advancing Advanced Directives. BOLD, Journal of the UN Institute on Aging; Vol. 15, No. 2: 27-30.

Mallia P, 2005. The use of emergency hormonal contraception in cases of rape - revisiting the Catholic position. Hum Reprod Genet Ethics; Vol. 11, Issue 2: 35-42.

Mallia P, 2004. Research Ethics Committees in Malta. In Deryck Beyleveld, David Townend and Jessica Wright (eds), Research Ethics Committees, Data Protection and Medical Research in European Countries, Ashgate, England and USA: 149-152.

Mallia P, Cauchi M, Refalo I, Calleja E, 2004. Implementation of the Data Protection Directive 1995/46/EC in Malta. In Deryck Beyleveld, David Townend, Segolene Rouille-Mirza and Jessica Wright (eds.),  Implementation of the Data Protection Directive in Relation to Medical Research in Europe, Ashgate, England and USA: 255-272.

Mallia P, Refalo I, 2003. Can Research Ethics Committees refuse lawful research and accept research considered unlawful. Keynote Paper, in PRIVIREAL (FP5 project), Helsinki, August 16th. EU publication of Privireal FP5, Ashgate.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2003. Should Family Doctors Counsel Patients on Genetic Testing and Screening? The Family Physician; Vol. 23: 2-6.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2003. From what should we protect future generations: Germ-line therapy or genetic screening? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. A European Journal; Vol. 6 No. 1: 17-24.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2003. Can the four principles help in genetic screening decision-making? Health Care Analysis; 11(2): 131-140.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2003. Reappraising genetic screening and testing through the phenomenology of the doctor-patient relationship. Journal international de bioethique; 14(3-4): 45-58.

Mallia P & Ten Have H, 2003. Eugenics and the New Genetics. Journal international de bioethique; 14(3-4): 17-32.

Mallia P, 2003. "May you live in interesting times" (Guest Editorial). Malta Medical Journal; 15(2): 6-7. [pdf]

Mallia P and Fiorini A, 2003. Rethinking Care for the Sick Elderly. Malta Medical Journal; 15(1): 18-20. [pdf]

Mallia P, 2003. Biomedical Ethics. Patients’ Rights. Student British Medical Journal; July: 186-187.

Mallia P, 2003. Biomedical Ethics. Organ Transplantation. Student British Medical Journal; June: 232-233.

Mallia P, 2003. Biomedical Ethics. The Basic Principles. Student British Medical Journal; May: 142-143.

Mallia P, 2002. The Case of the Maltese Siamese Twins – When Moral Arguments Balance out Should Parental Rights Come Into Play? Journal of Medicine, Philosophy and Health Care; (2): 205-209.

Mallia P, 2002. The Case of the Maltese Siamese Twins – When Moral Arguments Balance out Should Parental Rights Come Into Play? Journal of Medicine, Philosophy and Health Care; (2): 205-209.

Mallia P, 2002. Genetic Essentialism – Is there anything special about genetic testing? M. Cauchi (ed), Bioethical Issues at the Beginning and End of Life: 41-48.

Mallia P, 2002. Advance Directives. M. Cauchi (ed), Bioethical Issues at the Beginning and End of Life, Bioethics Consultative Committee, Malta: 135-140.

Mallia P, 2002. Genetic Essentialism – Is there anything special about genetic testing? M. Cauchi (ed), Bioethical Issues at the Beginning and End of Life: 41-48.

Mallia P, 2001. The Relationship between State and Private Primary Care. M. Cauchi, (ed.), Inter-Professional Ethics in Health Care, Bioethics Consultative Committee, Malta: 60-64.

Mallia P, 2001. Understanding Mutual Agendas. Royal College of General Practitioners International Newsletter; December, Issue 29: 4-5.

Mallia P, 2000. Patient Rights and Primary Care. M. Cauchi (ed.), Patient Rights, Organ Transplantation and Reproductive Technology, Bioethics Consultative Committee: 12-19.

Mallia P, 2000. Towards a Phenomenological Philosophy of Medicine. Z. Zalewski (ed.) Humane Healthcare – Science, Technologies, Values, Krakow: 56-57.

Mallia P, 1997. Study Assessing Attitudes and Recall of Information of clients attending the Thalassaemia Clinic over the first five years. R. Chadwick (ed.), Euroscreen, Ethics of Genetic Screening: 5-8.

*commissioned series of articles by editor of journal.

 

BOOKS

Mallia P, 2012. The Nature of the Doctor-Patient Relationship. Springer Briefs, Series Editor, Henk ten Have. London, Dordrecht, Amsterdam.

Mallia P, 2010. Essays in Clinical Ethics. Bioethics Research Programme, Printwell, Malta.

Mallia P, 2010. Essays in Bioethics. Bioethics Research Programme, Printwell, Malta.

Mallia P, 2006. You and Your Doctor. Agenda Publishers, Malta.

Sammut MR, Mallia P, Debono R, 2006. Update: Community Child Health. Vivian Corporation, Malta.

Mallia P, 2005. Kelma mat-Tabib. Printwell, Malta.

Mallia P, 2003. National Regulations on Ethics and Research in Malta. European Commission Community Research, Science and Society, European Communities.

Mallia P, 2002. Your Rights as a Patient. PEG Publishers, Malta.

Mallia P, 2002. The Beginning and End of Life. Moral Controversy. PEG Publishers, Malta.

 

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Last Updated: 26 October 2016

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