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Victoria Massalha – Malta Association of Physiotherapists, ER-WCPT, Malta

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Victoria Massalha
Malta Association of Physiotherapists (MAP); Representative of European Region of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy (ER-WCPT)

Ms Victoria Massalha has been President of the Malta Association of Physiotherapists since 2014. Before this, she had actively contributed to chairing the Focus group formulating the Declaration of Principles on Continuous Professional Development as well as being highly involved in the MAP-ping process defining the future of Physiotherapy in Malta. She currently forms member of the Professional Issues Working Group of the European Region of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy for the term 2016-2018.

Throughout her career of thirty years as a Physiotherapist Ms Victoria Massalha has always strived to advance the Physiotherapy Profession and the role of the Physiotherapist. She currently holds the position of Professional Lead of Physiotherapy Services in the Ministry For Health and continues with determination to focus all efforts to bringing the Profession to the forefront on all issues and levels.

Ms. Victoria Massalha is also an Educator and has held the post of Senior Lecturer with the University of Malta since 2005.

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