Dr Anthony Scerri
PhD in Gerontology, University of Malta.
Dr Anthony Scerri possesses 25 years of clinical experience as a geriatric nurse and holds a doctorate degree in gerontology and dementia studies from the University of Malta. He currently serves as a senior lecturer at the Department of Nursing within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Malta. Dr Scerri also holds the role of coordinator for the Master in Nursing (General) program and chairs the Master (by Research) Committee.
For the past 13 years, he has played an active role in the Malta Dementia Society (MDS) and presently holds the position of Vice-Chair within the organization. Additionally, he is a member of Interdem. Dr Anthony Scerri authored several peer-reviewed publications in nursing, dementia, and management journals. His work primarily focuses on dementia care within acute/rehabilitation hospitals and long-term care settings. He has also contributed to publications addressing topics such as the use of pet robots in dementia care, dementia worry, and dementia rehabilitation.