Thank you to those who attended or nominated a proxy for this year’s AGM! We are proud of all the work that was carried out by the committee during the year, and we look forward to continue this work in the next term.
CPDs in 2023
A number of CPDs were organised by MAP in 2023.
‘Achilles Tendon Rupture’ by Mr Julian Zammit Maempel
‘Art and Medicine’ by Professor Carmel Mallia
Musculoskeletal Tumours: Cautionary Tales’ by Mr Julian Zammit Maempel
‘A Surgical Insight for the Shoulder Conundrum’ by Mr Kurstein Sant
‘From Student to Professional’ by the MAP team
‘Pelvic Floor Dysfunction’ by Mr Simon Bugeja and Ms Carolyn Sultana
‘Chronic Pain and Physiotherapy in Mental Health’ by Dr Cristina Bravo Navarro
World Physiotherapy Day 2023
This year’s World Physiotherapy Day focused on inflammatory arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis and axial spondyloarthritis .
Throughout the week, exercise classes were held at Karin Grech Hospital’s physiotherapy outpatient department and at The Imperial nursing and residential retirement home. Two hydrotherapy sessions were also held at St Vincent de Paul Long Term Care Facility.
These exercise classes were carried out for the benefit for those who attended and in order to raise awareness on the importance of exercise for anyone diagnosed with arthritis.
Thank you to all those who participated!
MAP introduces ‘Abstract Corner’, a space for physiotherapists to be able to share their work in research and inspire discussion. Interested members can submit an abstract of their research to share on our social media; if available, we will also post the link to the full text. Readers may then discuss or pose questions to the author.
MAP would like to promote and share the achievements of its members in research, for the educational gain of the physiotherapy community in the Maltese Islands.
If interested, please ask for further information, or submit your research, by sending an email to [email protected]
World Physiotherapy Congress 2023
MAP committee members represented the Maltese physiotherapy profession at the World Physiotherapy Congress 2023 held in Dubai between the 2-4th June.
Michel Landry was elected as the president and Suh-Fang Jeng as the vice-president of World Physiotherapy.
The MAP would like to thank Dr John Xerri de Caro for his candidacy and excellent work as board member.