We are pleased to inform you that in order to cover the students that for one reason or another missed the opportunity to be tested at school, we shall be organising a 1-day event. The testing will be held in our offices in Naxxar and will be performed by MUMN nurses, just as it was done in the schools. Parents of children aged 4-12 years that have not yet been tested may book a slot per child using one of the following links. The full address and a google map link is included as well in the booking system.
Kindly note that the booking will be on a first come first served basis, hence I urge you not to take too long to book as there are limited places. Please note also that the event will be cancelled if there will not be enough bookings. Any queries should be directed to [email protected].
The event created on 29th May is fully booked and a new link is being provided. Please use this link to book your slot:
If the slots will get fully booked once more, we will create another event for another date.
ITAMA is an interdisciplinary project financed by the INTERREG V-A Italia-Malta programme. The project is under the lead of the Department of Physics and Chemistry of the University of Palermo. Other partners of this project are the University of Messina, Mater Dei Hospital, the Malta Ministry of Health and AcrossLimits Ltd.
The following is a recording of the interview aired on “Life & Style” with Dr. Chris Barbara highlighting the importance of early diagnosis and consequences of coeliac disease in children.
Check this interview aired on “Dak li Jghodd” including a live demonstration of the test to be performed on the children taking part in the study.