• Renewal of affiliation

    On 20th March 2018, Professor Russel Smith Post-graduate Dean and Co-Chair, Health Education England, in a letter to Malta Foundation School Directors Professor Kevin Cassar and Dr Tonio Piscopo, communicated… ...

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    2018-04-12

  • Timeline 2018

    The expected Timeline for entry into the Foundation Programme 2018 has been issued and can be found here.

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    2017-08-28

  • Call for Applications Foundation Programme 2017 (updated 07/10/16)

    The Call for applications for the position of House Officer (Foundation Doctor) in the Ministry for Health has been issued by the Director (Resourcing and Employee relations), Ministry for Health.… ...

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    2016-10-03

  • Situational Judgement and Clinical Test

    Details on the Situational Judgement and Clinical test are now published. A Pilot test will be held at Mater Dei Hospital on the 7th May 2016. Those applicants to the Malta Foundation Programme 2017… ...

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    2016-04-04

Radiology

Why should you choose Radiology ?

Training Co-ordinator Dr. A. Mizzi

Postgraduate training in Radiology in Malta consists of a 5 year training program, leading to a certificate of specialist training. The radiology training curriculum is based on the European Training Charter for Clinical Radiology: (http://www.esur.org/fileadmin/Files/Charter_and_Currcula.pdf).

In the first three years of training, the trainees attend a formal lecture and tutorial program. The first part of the teaching program covers the physics and anatomy syllabus, in preparation for the FRCR part I exam. The second part of the lecture program consists of several modules that cover the different body systems, in preparation for the FRCR part II exam. The trainees are expected to sit the FRCR (Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists – United Kingdom) examination, or an equivalent examination.

During the first three years of the program, the trainees undergo different rotations in the Medical Imaging Department at Mater Dei Hospital and obtain experience in a wide range of imaging modalities that are applied to the different body systems.

Trainees participate in the weekly clinico-radiological meetings, departmental audit and perform on/call duties in the Medical Imaging Department at Mater Dei Hospital, Malta, as part of their training. They are also encouraged to participate in research and to publish papers and case reports.

Every trainee is expected to spend at least one year of post-FRCR subspecialisation in a Radiology centre abroad. This ‘fellowship year’ is an essential part of the 5 year program and can be arranged anytime between years 4 and 5 of training.

Further information about Radiology training in Malta can be obtained from:

Dr Adrian Mizzi

Consultant Radiologist and Postgraduate Training Coordinator for Radiology

Mater Dei Hospital, Malta

Adrian.mizzi@gov.mt
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