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Conferinţa interdisciplinară, cu participare internaţionalã “ADICTOLOGIA IN ROMANIA – INCOTRO ?” – Oradea, (24) 25-26 octombrie 2013

Organizatori: 

  • Fundatia pentru Sãnãtate Bihor
  • Centrul de cercetãri în Medicinã de Inaltã Performanţã /Facultatea de Medicinã şi Farmacie Oradea/ Universitatea Oradea
  • Direcţia Generalã de Asistenţã Socialã şi Protecţia Copilului Bihor

Parteneri: 

  • Direcţia de Sãnãtate Publicã Bihor
  • Primãria Municipiului Oradea
  • Inspectoratul Şcolar Judeţean Bihor
  • Spitalul Clinic Municipal “G. Curteanu” Clinica de Psihiatrie
  • Spitalul Clinic de Urgenţã Oradea
  • Spitalul Clinic C.F. Oradea
  • Colegiul Medicilor Bihor
  • Ordinul Farmaciştilor Bihor
  • Ordinul biochimiştilor, biologilor şi chimiştilor
  • Ordinul asistenţilor medicali şi moaşelor Bihor
  • Prefectura Judeţului Bihor
  • Inspectoratul de Politie Judeteanã Bihor
  • Administratia Socialǎ Comunitarǎ Oradea
  • Centrul de Prevenire, Evaluare si Consiliere Antidrog Bihor
  • Fundaţia Comunitarǎ Oradea
  • Penitenciarul Oradea
  • Colegiul Psihologilor din Romania, filiala Bihor
  • Centrul National de Sãnãtate Mintalã şi Lupta Antidrog
  • Asociatia Crucea Albastrǎ din Romania, Centrul Nazaret, Sura Micã Sibiu
  • Spitalul Nyiro Gyula, Institutul Naţional de Psihiatrie şi Adictologie, Budapesta
  • South-Eastern Europe Health-Network – Mental Health
  • Universitatea “Iuliu Hatieganu” Cluj-Napoca

Comitet de organizare:

  • Bodog Florian
  • Cornutiu Gavril
  • Foldes Adalbert
  • Raed Arafat
  • Csorba Jozsef
  • Burta Olivia Ligia
  • Cherecheş Florica
  • Buzoianu Anca
  • Abram Zoltan
  • Iacob Carmen
  • Borcea Hadrian
  • Pantiş Carmen
  • Bumbu Adrian
  • Rahotǎ Daniela
  • Bitea Zoia
  • Pop Ovidiu
  • Carp Gheorghe
  • Vicaş Laura
  • Chipurici Marius
  • Puia Lucian – Cǎlin
  • Vaida Hadrian
  • Pallag Anamaria
  • Marc Felicia
  • Sandor Mircea
  • Pelea Diana
  • Burta Ovidiu
  • Maruşca Patricia
  • Bokenyi Mariana
  • Pugna Teodor
  • Negrean Daniel
  • Arina Moş
  • Busuiog Iuliana
  • Popa Liviu
  • Ilea Ioan
  • Soaitã Vasile
  • Botezat-Antonescu Ileana
  • Gãlan Adriana
  • Leahu Bogdan
  • Petrescu Beatrice

Studenţi:

  • Nicolae Cǎtǎlin
  • Bandea Cornelia
  • Burta Roxana
  • Burta Horatiu

Credite acordate:
1. Cursurile preconferintă organizate la Oradea în data de 24.10.2013 cu 6 credite EMC.
2. Conferinta “Adictologia în România – Încotro?” organizată la Oradea în perioada 25-26.10.2013 cu 9 credite EMC.
3. Pentru Conferinta “Adictologia in Romania – Incotro?” din partea OAMMR (Ordinul Asistentilor medicali generalisti, moaselor si asistentilor medicali din Romania): Comisia de EMC a acordat un nr. de 8 credite pt. manifestare
Programul conferinţei :

Videoconferinta Ecocardiografie si chirurgie cardiaca live

Spitalul San Gaudenzio din Novarra organizeaza in colaborare cu Universitatea Oradea si Universitatea Sibiu un curs de evaluare a pacientului coronarian post infarct miocardic, cu demonstratii live de ecocardiografie si transmitere din sala de interventie chirurgicala- destinat medicilor specialisti si rezidenti cardiologi, medicina interna
si studenti.

Transmisia va avea loc Miercuri 19 Iunie in sala de curs a spitalului Clinic Municipal “Gavril Curteanu”, cu incepere de la ora 10.

Download Programul videoconferintei.

Anunt amanare Videoconferinta de “ Patologie a valvei aortice” din 22 mai 2013

Videoconferinta de “ Patologie a valvei aortice” din 22 mai 2013, se amânã pentru o datã ulterioarã, deoarece a intervenit un deces în familia dr. Marco Diena, chirurg cardiovascular ce trebuia sã efectueze live intervenþia pe valva aorticã.
Vom reveni cu detalii despre transmisiile viitoare.
Conf. Dr. Adriana Salajan

“ORADEA: PRO VIAŢÔ ediţia de primãvarã, mai 2013

Oradea Pro Speranta, Familie, Viitor …VIAŢÃ

Asa am putea incepe sa descriem ceea ce se doreşte a fi evenimentul “ORADEA: PRO VIATA” 2013.

Manifestarea a luat naştere din dorinţa organizatorilor de a se implica activ şi profesionist în informarea populatiei cu privire la semnificaţia donãrii de sânge, de celule stem, de organe şi ţesuturi.

Nu exagerãm când spunem cã:

Oradea s-a unit pentru viaţã  !!

deoarece am construit un parteneriat surprinzãtor de mare, dar puternic reprezentat de peste 20 de instituţii, organizaţii comunitare, naţionale, cât şi de la nivel de European

Evenimentul va începe vineri (10.05.2013) cu promovarea în punctele cheie ale oraşului ale activitãţilor, iar  sâmbãtã (11.05.2013) se va desfãşura un marş, la care vor lua parte IPJ Bihor, White Wolves M. C. Romania, Serviciul Ambulanţã, SMURD, DSP şi studenţii din asociaţiile implicate şi se vor strãbate arterele principale, pentru a convinge pe cât mai mulţi locuitori ai Oradiei sã spunã:

DA venim si noi!

Deschiderea oficialã va fi în data de 13.05.2013 la ora 14:00, în Campusul Universitãţii din Oradea, continuându-se cu activitãţi de conştientizare/promovare atât a donãrii de sânge, celule Stem, organe şi ţesuturi, a proiectelor Primãriei Oradea, cât şi a comportamentelor sãnãtoase (dietã, igienã dentarã) urmate de activitati sociale, artistice, sportive, desfãşurate în aer liber

In data de 14.05.2013 vor fi reluate activitãţile de informare/promovare, urmand ca la finalul zilei în centrul oraşului Oradea sã înãlţãm spre cer

O INIMA pentru viaţã ! O INIMÃ pentru România ! O INIMÃ pentru Europa !

Invitãm cât mai mulţi orãdeni alãturi de noi, sã fie parte din inima pe care o vom construi împreunã

Ineditul acestui eveniment constã in faptul ca fiecare din cei care au spus da invitatie noastre vor amprenta manifestarea intr-o manierã originalã, ducând îndemnul de a fi

UMÃR LA UMÃR şi începând cu aceastã primãvarã, ori de câte ori va fi nevoie, sã luptãm împreunã

pentru a oferi speranţa, pentru a consolida familia, pentru a asigura viitorul …..

 

….. pentru VIAŢÃ!

 

Organizatori:

Universitatea din Oradea

Facultatea de Medicinã şi Farmacie

Centrul de Cercetãri în Medicina de Inaltã Performanţã

Aici găsiți Invitația și Programul evenimentului

 

Programme for PRIME Course Oradea Romania 11-12/6/2013

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“The good physician treats the disease, the great physician treats the patient who has the disease” (William Osler 1849 -1919)

The last fifty years have seen an explosion in medical technology and intervention techniques and therapies. These new opportunities have significantly altered the prognosis and management of many diseases which our parents’ generation often faced with resolve and a sense of hopelessness.

The doctor engaged in clinical practice today has options which his teachers could not have imagined possible. The CT and MRI scanners give detailed analyses of hitherto invisible disease or disorders.

With increasing use of technology and sophisticated investigations there is a danger that we forget the patient whom we are treating. Often our attention is focused entirely on the disease that he or she may have. Our interest is absorbed by some shadow on a scan or by some unusual immunological marker or changing biochemical result.

During this conference we hope to explore some of the aspects of modern medical practice that we all face each day when consulted by anxious patients. Doctors are often accused of pursuing their own agenda with patients. Our aim is to demonstrate that there is an alternative way to manage patients that provides opportunity for the patient to express personal concerns while not abdicating our responsibility to provide the most up-to-date methods of investigation and treatment for their disorder.

Our conference will use a variety of styles of presentation including lectures, audience participation and small group discussion. There will also be time for personal reflection.  A selection of notes will be provided at the end of the conference with certificates of attendance.

We look forward to meeting you and would encourage you to participate. The more you contribute the more benefit you will get from these study days.

With best wishes,

Dr Katy Daniels, Dr Anthony Clarke, Dr Douglas Robertson and Dr David Butler

Day 1     Tuesday 11th June

  • Session One:  “Treating the patient as a whole person”
    • Introductions
    • What is Whole Person Medicine?  – an overview
    • Whole Person Medicine applied to Cardiac disease, the assessment of both Physical and Psychosocial complications
    • Diabetes – Management, Patient Education and Adherence to treatment
  • Session Two:   “Doctor Patient Relationship: Part 1”
    • Communication Skills – general and specifi
    • The angry patient, the patient with a list of problems, the demanding patient
    • What sort of doctors are we aiming to be?

Evaluation forms and Summary of the day

 

Day 2    Wednesday 12th June

  • Session One:   “Becoming and staying a Good Doctor”
    •  Qualities of a good doctor
    • Lifelong learning and professional development in UK and Romania
  • Session Two:      “Aspects of Palliative Care”
    • Clinical, psychosocial and spiritual care – striving for excellence
    • Breaking Bad News – applying the principles in practice
  • Session Three         “The Doctor-Patient Relationship Part 2”
    • What does the Patient Think?
    • Relating to our patients as a Team – the UK and Romanian experience

Evaluation forms and Certificates

 

The Tutors:

Dr Douglas K Robertson

Qualified from Glasgow University in July 1977 MB ChB, DRCOG (1982), MRCGP (1986).

Douglas spent six years working in the West of Scotland gaining experience in General Medicine & General Surgery, Accident & Emergency at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary combined with Anatomy Demonstrating and research at Glasgow University, Anaesthesia, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, GP Training and Infectious Diseases.

In September 1983 he joined the African Inland Mission and spent 1983 – 1986 in Northern Kenya as a mission doctor providing general medical services in three isolated Medical Centres.

Douglas returned to the UK in 1986 with his wife Margo and their eldest child who was born in Kenya.  He commenced his present practice in September 1986, as a single-handed GP.  The practice has grown a little over the years and now has three doctors, equivalent to 1.75 full-time doctors.

In 1987 he became a University teacher with a group of undergraduates visiting the practice on a regular basis. This work continued and he became an Honorary Senior Lecturer in 1997. In 2001 he became a GP Trainer with a steady flow of GP Registrars through the practice since then. He was an executive member of the Local Health Care Cooperative from 1999 to 2005 and a member of the Glasgow Local Medical Committee from 2001 to 2007, representing the doctors of his locality.  He has also worked as GP Appraiser for 44 doctors, from 2006 to 2009, having introduced the concept of “Appraisal” to his colleagues.

Most of Douglas’ leisure time has been taken up with responsibilities in his church where he is an elder. He tries to keep fit and still enjoys most active sports. When he has the opportunity he gets out hill walking with friends or goes windsurfing in a local loch. In an attempt to keep up with his children he took up the violin as his millennium project in 2000. He still attends music lessons but has struggled with the higher grades (7 & 8). He enjoys playing the violin in his church orchestra each month.

Dr Anthony Clarke  

MA (Cambridge) MBBS 1981 (London)

DCH 1984

MRCGP 1985

FP cert 1985

DRCOG 1986

Certificate in Practical Palliative Care for GPs 2007

Anthony Clarke qualified in medicine from Cambridge University and Westminster Medical School in 1981. Following a foundation year of medicine and surgery in London he trained as a GP on the Oxford Vocational Training Scheme for GPs between 1982 and 1986, gaining experience in General Medicine, Accident Service/Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and General Family Practice. He worked as a GP in Cowley, Oxford from 1986-1996. His practice population was socially varied and included workers from the Austin-Rover car factory.  He has subsequently been a GP for 17 years  in Bridlington, Yorkshire, which has included being a GP Trainer for 6 years  as part of the Scarborough GP Training Scheme and sessional work as a Clinical Assistant in Obstetrics. He is currently a full time GP and his interests include minor surgery, palliative care and supporting PRIME’s work in Romania.

Anthony is married to Penny and they live close to Bridlington beach, a popular seaside attraction. They have four sons. Anthony relaxes by playing his violin in an orchestra and at church, conducting a choir and playing tennis.

 

Dr Katy Daniels

MBChB (hons), MRCGP, DFSRH, PGCert Med Ed

I graduated from medical school in Scotland in 2005.  After 2 years of various hospital and community jobs I chose to train as a General Practitioner (family doctor) and completed this training in 2010.

I chose to become a family doctor because I enjoy: being able to provide continuity of care for a group of patients; the uncertainty and variety that every day holds; the management of both acute and chronic health problems as well as being able to look after the whole person not just the medical problem.  In amongst every day clinical practice I also do a lot of work in contraception and sexual health and am involved in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Romania has had a place in my heart since I first got involved with a children’s project in Galati in 1998.  In August 2011 I moved to Galati for a year but have now returned to both clinical and teaching work in Scotland though I am looking forward to being able to spend the summer back in Romania.

Dr David Butler

M.B., B.S., London 1978, MRCGP. 1982, DRCOG 1982, Diploma in Palliative Medicine, University of Wales 1992, FRCGP  2004, FRCP 2005.

David Butler qualified from Cambridge University and the London Hospital Medical College. He trained as a GP on the Oxford training Scheme, overlapping with Anthony, from 1980 to 1983 gaining experience in a number of areas including Palliative Care. He became a GP in Buckinghamshire from 1983 but continued to have an interest in Palliative Care.

In 1990 while continuing as a GP he began part-time work in the local palliative care service and was involved in a national project to provide education to GPs in Palliative Care.

In 1993 he left General Practice to work full-time in Palliative Care and having undergone additional training was appointed a Consultant in Palliative Medicine in 1995.

In 1998 he moved to take up a post as Consultant in Southampton, a large palliative care unit and part of the Southampton Medical School. He worked in a clinical role and provided education in palliative care within the Southampton Medical School.

In 2011 he retired from Southampton partly, to spend more time working with PRIME but has continued to work almost full-time since then as a locum, mainly within two nearby palliative care services.

David met Rachel his wife when she worked as a nurse at the London Hospital. They have 3 children. The oldest, James married Iva from Slovakia on April 6th 2013 and are planning a wedding for their daughter, Lucy in 2014. David is involved in his local church and enjoys gardening, walking and photography in any spare time.

Conferinţa “Medicul şi societatea” – 5-6 Aprilie 2013

Fundaţia pentru Sănătate în parteneriat cu Centrul de Cercetare în Medicina de Înaltă Performanţă din cadrul FMF – Universitatea Oradea, UPU Oradea şi Colegiul Medicilor din Bihor organizează cu ocazia Zilei Mondiale a Sănătăţii, conferinţa cu participare internaţională intitulată “Medicul şi societatea” care va avea loc în 5 şi 6 aprilie 2013.


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  • se va percepe o taxa de participare – 30 lei (pentru studenţi – participare gratuitã)
  •  evenimentul va fi creditat de cãtre Colegiul Medicilor Bihor

Invitaţi:

  • dr. Raed Arafat, dr. Mircea Cinteză, dr. Ioan Beatrice, dr. Jozsef Csorba, dr. Florian Bodog, Domocoş Adrian – primarul municipiului Beiuş

Invitați speciali :

  • Primarul municipiul Oradea
  • Viceprimarii municipiului Oradea
  • Presedintele CJ Bihor
  • Vicepresedintii CJ Bihor
  • Prefectul județului Bihor
  • subprefectul județului Bihor
  • Comisia sociala – Primǎria Municipiului Oradea
  • Department proiecte europene – Primǎria Municipiului Oradea
  • Parlamentarii județului Bihor
  • Ordinul Farmacistilor
  • Ordinul Biologilor si Farmacistilor
  • Ordinul Psihologilor, Ordinul Asistentelor
  • Directia de Sanatate Publica Bihor ( dr. Rahota, dr Bitea)
  • CAS Bihor
  • Fundația “Hospice”

 

  • la sesiunea susținutã de dna dr Ioan Beatrice, vor fi invitați reprezentanți ai tuturor cultelor

BIOCERAMICS 25 25th Symposium and Annual Meeting of International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (ISCM)

Welcome to the BIOCERAMICS 25

Dear Colleagues,

It is a great pleasure for me to invite you to Romania to attend the 25th Symposium and Annual Meeting of the International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (BIOCERAMICS25), which will be held in Bucharest from November 07-10, 2013.

Bucharest is Romania’s capital and largest city, as well as the most important industrial and commercial centre of the country. With more than 2.4 million in the urban area, Bucharest is one of the important cities in Europe and a booming city with many large infrastructure projects changing the old face of the city. Known in the past as “The Little Paris,” Bucharest has changed a lot lately, and today it has become a very interesting mix of old and new that has little to do with its initial reputation. Finding a 300 year old church near a steel-and-glass building that both sit next to a communist style building is commonplace in Bucharest. Bucharest offers some excellent attractions, and has cultivated a sophisticated, trendy, and modern sensibility that many have come to expect from a European capital.

We look forward to welcoming participants from countries around the world to Bucharest in November 2013.

 

With Best Regards,

Presidents of Bioceramics-25

Iulian Antoniac, Ph.D.

More info, registration, fees, etc click here or on the official site http://bioceramics25.srb.ro/

Call for Papers – Research and Science Today Journal – In atentia studentilor, masteranzilor si doctoranzilor

Revista *RESEARCH AND SCIENCE TODAY *este o publicaţie fondată în anul 2011 de către Liga Studenţilor din Universitatea „Constantin Brâncuşi” în colaborare cu Universitatea “Constantin Brâncuşi” din Targu-Jiu. Revista este dedicată studenţilor la nivel de licenţă, masterat şi doctorat ai facultăţilor din ţară şi din străinătate. Ne dorim să oferim participanţilor posibilitatea de a-şi prezenta activităţile/lucrările lor ştiinţifice în următoarele domenii: Ştiinţe Sociale, Ştiinţe Economice, Ştiinţe Juridice, Ştiinţe umane, Ştiinţele educaţiei, Inginerie, Medicină şi Sport Această revistă oferă studenţilor posibilitatea de a-şi crea şi/ sau de a-șiperfecţiona abilităţile de a scrie lucrări ştiinţifice. Astfel, fiecare apariţie (două apariţii pe an) va conţine un număr preponderent de lucrări scrise de către studenţii, masteranzii şi doctoranzii facultăţilor din ţară ori/şi din străinătate.

Termenul limită pentru trimiterea materialelor este *1 martie 2013.

Revista este publicata la o editură recunoscută CNCS si este indexata BDI in SSRN (Social Science Research Network); Google Academica; Indexcopernicus; EBSCO; Ulrichs`s; Scipio; Genamics . Proquest (va fi listata in cel mai scurt timp), Doaj, MPRA (Munich Personal RePEc Archive, iar ca urmare este listata si in IDEAS, Econpaper, NEP, Socionet), HeinOnline (va fi listata in cel mai scurt timp)

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Marcau Flavius-Cristian
Phd. Candidate, International Relations and European Studies,
Babes-Bolyai University
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