Welcome to the website of the Maltese Paediatric
Our purpose is to promote the improvement of the level of
medical care offered to children in Malta and Gozo.
This website is intended both for medical doctors and other
health workers as well as for parents.
We hope you'll find the
information interesting and helpful. Your comments appreciated. If
you have any questions about child health, we invite you to write
to us. [Email]
L-Iżvilupp tal-Lingwa fit-Tfal mit-Twelid sa 5 Snin
Kif Tnaqqas ir-Riskju ta' Cot
ta’ l-Influwenza fit-Tfal
Reduce the Risk of Cot Death
Meningitis in Children
Taking your Child's Temperature
Coeliac Disease in Children
Infant feeding and
Acquired Heart Disease in Childhood
Urinary Tract Infections in Childhood
The Facts All Parents Should Know
Vaccinate My Child for Flu?
Antibiotic Prescribing in Paediatric Practice
REPORTS & RESOLUTIONS
Sick Leave meta
t-Tfal Jimirdu. Stqarrija għall-Istampa
Press release (2015) [Download]
Feedback on Gender
Identity Bill (2015) [Download]
of Children. Press Release (2014) [Download]
Autism. Press Release (2013) [Download]
ghall-Protezzjoni tal-Embrijun. Press Release (2012) [Download]
Protection Bill. Press Release (2012) [Download]
the Bill Regulating IVF
Risks of IVF to Infants (2012) [Download]
Working Group Report: Introducing the heptavalent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
in the routine immunisation schedule of infants in the Maltese islands [Download]
Resolution on Assisted
Reproductive Techniques (2005) [Download]
WHO Growth Charts - in pdf format
to downloads page]
Specialist Training Programme
SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES
Paediatricians and other professional health workers involved
in the care and treatment of children are invited to submit
articles for publication on this website. The article should be
intended either for health professionals or for parents. Shorter
articles are more likely to be read, and are therefore encouraged.
Statements and opinions are the responsibility of the authors.
Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the educational
material on this site. However, the Maltese Paediatric Association
does not assume responsibility for the information provided. The
information on this website should not be used as a substitute for
medical care and advice. A paediatrician or family doctor should
be consulted about any specific concerns for a child's health.
Linkage to other sites does not imply endorsement.