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Mr Max Brincat

After graduating in biochemistry with honours Dr Max Brincat went on to complete his Doctor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Malta, graduating in 2013. Max then went on to complete his foundation school training in East Anglia (UK), before undertaking his speciality training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Malta and Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital London.  During this time Max has also obtained a distinction for a master’s in clinical research and a post graduate diploma in clinical education from Queen Mary’s University London.  Having successfully completed his membership into the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2019, Max was then placed on the specialist register for Obstetrics and Gynaecology in both the UK and Malta.  He then returned to Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital London where he completed his training before becoming a consultant at the trust. His focus is on gynaecological open and laparoscopic surgery as well as advanced labour ward management. His main interests are in ultrasonography, minimal access surgery, endometriosis. Having completed his advanced training module in advanced labour ward at one of London’s busiest maternity units, Max has also focused on management of intrapartum care Asides from his clinical roles Max has always held a longstanding passion for teaching and is currently the clinical module lead in Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Bart’s medical school (Malta) and a tutor of university of Malta medical students.  In 2020 Max set up the baby box initiative in Malta which aims to ensure that mothers delivering at the national hospital, who lack in provisions for their new-born babies are supplied with necessities. He also achieved funding for Malta’s first stillbirth cot which is now available at the national hospital. In 2020 Max became the general secretary for an environmental NGO called Qalb Ambient. It focuses on supporting small to medium start up environmental movements to protect the local natural environment.