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On the 21st July the Association of Private Family Doctors organised a general meeting for its members. The aim of the meeting was to inform its members on the latest developments in the progression of the Avian Influenza in Asia, so that members of the association can be better prepared to tackle the impact of an eventual and highly probable influenza pandemic hitting Malta.

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The Department of Health and the Association of Private Family Doctors have joined forces to increase the success of the yearly Influenza Vaccine Campaign. This year, the doctors will be provided with influenza vaccines for those entitled to receive it free from the state health services.

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The Association of Private Family Doctors (APFD) has entered into an agreement with the Department of Health so that private family doctors may vaccinate all those so entitled against the yearly Influenza as the Government would still provide the free vaccine.

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The Association of Private Family Doctors congratulates the Malta Government and the Maltese People on the occasion of the official opening of the Mater Dei Hospital. However, the Association notes with regret that the Association, representing the majority of Maltese Private Family Doctors, was not officially invited to attend.

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This article by Dr Denis Soler appeared in The Sunday Times of 11th November 2007Whereas it easy to plot where family medicine in Malta is at present, it is nigh impossible to anticipate where it is going and who might help it get there. The future of family medicine requires urgent debate because there is a mounting sense of anxiety among family doctors. As things stand now, doctors have to live with demoralisation, burnout and the challenges of continuing professional development and education. Poor career prospects, poor rewards, falling professional esteem and loss of professional identity and questions about the quality of care complete the spectrum of anxieties which family physicians face today.   

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