Regular multidisciplinary team meetings attended by the cardiac imaging team, cardiologists and cardiac surgeons make for excellent cooperation between all involved specialties, says Dr. Luise Reichmuth from Msida, Malta
Postgraduate radiology training in Malta proves a major success
The Maltese Association of Radiologists and Nuclear Medicine Physicians is the official body representing radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians in Malta...
Diagnosis Please 2017
Every month, a resident prepares a presentation about the case and presents it to the group. This fuels a lively discussion and a final diagnosis is then selected for submission…
Diagnosis Please 2015
“This is the second consecutive year that we have submitted answers to the Radiology Diagnosis Please monthly cases and we are much honored to receive this award. Every month we look forward to researching, presenting and discussing these cases as a team".
Diagnosis Please 2018
“We are once again very happy and humbled by this award. We are immensely grateful to Radiology journal for giving us this learning opportunity. Every Diagnosis Please case is a challenge that we take up as a group”.
A giant leap forward in enhancing the diagnosis of cancer
The installation of a modern tomograph in the public hospital in Malta affords access to improved cancer diagnosis for the general public. Until now, patients requiring cancer diagnostic facilities were obliged either to travel abroad or go to a private clinic. This project therefore reduces inequalities in the Maltese healthcare system.
Small country takes a big leap
Living in a small Mediterranean island has its own advantages; nevertheless there are certain limitations. In healthcare, for example, resources may be somewhat more limited in such a small country and some of the latest technologies may not always be available to patients.
Diagnosis Please 2014
There is a brand new winner in the international resident group, Mater Dei Hospital. Mater Dei Hospital is the national hospital of Malta, the smallest country in the European Union, with a population of around 420 000.