Stercu George Alexandru
1st year specialist, Bucharest, EFPT President, AMRPR Past President
I am a first-year medical specialist in Psychiatry, currently working in the Prof. Dr. Alexandru Obregia Hospital. I am the current EFPT President and I am delighted to be able to welcome everyone to the EFPT Forum.
I am most honored and grateful to The Local Organizing Committe as nothing would be possible without their hard work!
Looking forward to meeting you all in Bucharest! I hope you’ll have a great time.
4th year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trainee, Cluj-Napoca, AMRPR President
I am a 4th year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trainee in Cluj-Napoca and the current President of AMRPR
Ever since I was young I have always been fascinated by the way things work. No clocks would work in my house because I was always opening them up to see how they tick. Somebody once said that if the mind was simple we would be too simple to understand it so during my years in college I became fascinated in psychiatry and all that it entails.
I finished med school in Iasi and I wanted to see more of the world so I came to Cluj-Napoca to do my residency in child and adolescent psychiatry. I am interested in all things psychiatry and hope to understand a little bit more of the hodge-podge that is
psychiatry in Europe.
I welcome you all to Bucharest and hope that you have a good time here!”
2nd year Psychiatry Trainee, Tirgu-Mures, AMRPR General Secretary
Hi everyone, my name is Lorena Muntean and I’m in my 2nd year of psychiatry training. I am currently working in Tg. Mures at Mures County Hospital, Psychiatry Clinic II. I went to medical school in Tg. Mures and I continued working here in my hometown. I chose psychiatry because it is fascinating, the human mind is the most complex and difficult thing to understand. Can’t wait to meet you all!
2nd year Psychiatry Trainee, Timisoara, AMRPR Treasurer
Hello everyone, I am a 2nd year Psychiatry Trainee working in Timisoara. During my school years and due to the education I received from my parents I have grown as a person mindful of my community. Medicine, and especially psychiatry, gives me the opportunity to really help those in need by taking care of maybe the most important element of their existence, their health.
4th year Psychiatry Trainee, Tirgu-Mures, AMRPR Past-President, Romanian Official Delegate to Prague Forum
I am I am a Psychiatry Trainee in my 4th year, currently working in Tirgu Mures. I am the Past-President of AMRPR and a past EFPT Forum Romanian Delegate. I have chosen Psychiatry because I find that the most beautiful thing in the world is the uniqueness of the human mind.
4th year Psychiatry Trainee, Tirgu-Mures, AMRPR Controlling Committee
I am a Psychiatry Trainee in my 4th year of training. I work in the Târgu-Mureş University Center. For the last two years I have been involved in a project that aims to decrease University Abandonment by hosting coaching sessions with a group of Medical School students and I am also currently undergoing training for cognitive behavioural therapy.
This is my first time participating in organizing an international forum. I love new experiences and I can’t wait to meet you all.
2nd year Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Bucharest, AMRPR CAP Secretary
I am a 2nd year Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist working in Bucharest and I chose Medicine and Psychiatry because I wanted to acquire a better understanding of the human mind.
– 3rd year Psychiatry Trainee, Cluj Napoca, AMRPR IT Secretary
I am a Psychiatry Trainee in my 3rd year, currently working in Cluj Napoca. I am the current AMRPR’s IT Secretary. I chose this profession because Medicine can be fascinating, hard but rewarding and never the same.
3rd year Psychiatry Trainee, Sibiu, AMRPR President Elect and Official Delegate to the Prague Forum
I am a 3rd year Psychiatry Trainee, currently working in Sibiu. I am AMRPR President Elect and I was an Official Romanian Delegate to the EFPT Forum in Prague.
I have chosen Medicine because it represents a noble way of helping others by unconditionally spending time and energy in the benefit of humanity.
3rd year resident at Profesor Doctor Alexandru Obregia Clinical Psychiatry Hospital, Bucharest; PhD student at University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila
Why medicine? I love the challenges. I also really enjoy working with and understanding people. I chose medicine because it offered me the opportunity to integrate these interests and apply them in a very practical profession.
1st year specialist in psychiatry in Germany, former Coordinator of the National Trainees Associations at EFPT. Global Mental Health MSc Student at the University of Glasgow
I chose psychiatry because I like people and enjoy hearing their life stories, sad and happy alike. I am also interested in people’s behaviour in a cultural context and strongly believe we will be able to offer better care for our patients if we learn from our colleagues all over the world.
My journey in EFPT started in 2016 at the forum in Antwerp. Afterwards I had the chance to coordinate the National Trainees Associations for two years and met lots of interesting psychiatrists from all over Europe, some of whom are now my friends. EFPT has given me many opportunities and I would like to help other trainees to find their path. I am looking forward to welcoming you at the EFPT Forum 2020 in my home country!
Hello, my name is Elian Mihnea Tololoanca, and the reason I chose medicine was to discover and acquire knowledge on the intricate workings of the human body.
The first time I took part of an EFPT forum was in 2018 in Bristol. I find EFPT to be a great way to meet experts from the medical field and share quality information with them. In this way, I feel like this helped me become a better physician, and more in tuned with what is happening across Europe and the world.
2nd Year Medical Student
Hello, everyone! My name is Anca Pîrvulescu and I am a 2nd year medical student in Bucharest.
I chose medicine due to my interest in studying the underlying processes of the human body and mind, to ultimately be able have a positive impact on people’s lives by treating them. Growing up I’ve had the chance to learn and understand various notions and process regarding the human mind, along with my mother, while she was training in psychotherapy. By linking my early interest for the human psyche and my passion for medicine, I plan to specialize in psychiatry when I graduate. For this reason, I believe being part of this year’s forum Local Organizing Committee is an honorable opportunity.
I’m looking forward to welcoming you all in Bucharest, where I hope you’ll have a great time and a fruitful experience!