Who We Are

Who We are

Posts about the Association of Anaesthesiologists of Malta

Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Membership

Uncategorized, Who We are
The Association of Anaesthesiologists of Malta (AAM) through it's elected committee strives to look after the interests and wellbeing of its members at all levels, promote the highest standards in the practice of anaesthesiology and intensive care, as well as safeguard patient safety. It was not conceived as or intended to be a trade union, and as such has limited executive powers. The AAM committee is elected for a term of three years. Committee meetings are held on a monthly basis, and an annual general meeting, open to all members, is usually held in the first half of each calendar year. Specific benefits of membership include: Representation at a European and International level through Associate Membership of the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA), and affiliation to the ...
Work and Primary Objectives

Work and Primary Objectives

Who We are
The Association of Anaesthetists of Malta represents all the medical doctors practicing in the various fields of Anaesthesiology including Intensive Care Medicine and Chronic Pain Medicine. It is the National Anaesthesia Society of Malta. The main objective of the AAM is to work with and for its members to ensure the high standards of the profession. It represents the needs and interests of its members and all anaesthesiologists practicing in Malta and safeguards their well being. The AAM promotes and supports education and research in anaesthesia and medical specialities allied to anaesthesia. It participates in the Anaesthesiology Training Programme of Malta by supervising and finally accredits the training of locally trained anaesthetists. This leads to the inclusion on the Maltese S...
President’s report

President’s report

Who We are
Welcome to the website of the Association of Anaesthetists of Malta. I feel honoured to be welcoming you in my capacity as the new president, and the first female president, of our association. I wish to begin by taking this opportunity to thank the outgoing president Dr Noel Borg for his enormous contribution to our association. It is an honour for me to be the president of an association with such an outstanding reputation for the services it offers to anaesthetists in Malta and the work it undertakes for the general good of our speciality. The AAM is the professional body responsible for anaesthesia in Malta at all stages of the anaesthetist’s career. As anaesthetists, we have the overall responsibility for patients’ wellbeing before, during and after surgery. The AAM represents...