The 6th edition of our congress is about celebrating and embracing uniqueness. Therefore, we are embarking, for the second year now, on the beautiful journey of being civically involved in the society, keeping in mind the following statement: ”Be the change that you wish to see in the world”.
This type of event will be held ON-SITE
This type of event will be held ON-SITE
This type of event will be held ON-SITE
Topics of Discussion
In the current era, the technological revolution has brought a lot of changes in the medical field. One of the biggest ones is neuromodulation. But, when something new appears on the market, undoubtedly, there will also be a lot of questions that might arise.
- How does neuromodulation use brain stimulation to influence chronic pain relief?
- What does the subject of neuroethics encompass and what are its implications on medical humanities?
- How do we define the neurological catastrophe of our era and how can we cease its progression?
Now you can get answers to all of these questions and have the chance to discover the mystery behind the topic during this Roundtable discussion mediated by Prof. Bogdan Ovidiu Popescu, MD, PhD. He is a primary physician in neurology, as well as editorial secretary at Romanian Journal of Neurology. He is a founding member of Romanian Society of Neurology, research director at the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity and member of the scientific committee of EFNS Scientist Panel on Dementia.
Alongside him, there will be Prof. Liviu Lucaci, PhD, rector of the “I.L. Caragiale” National University of Theater and Cinematography. He is known for his outstanding career as an actor, writer and playwright, as well as for his remarkable publications on the process of artistic education and the improvement of teaching methods of the actor’s art. Besides this activity, he stands out for coordinating national conferences on topics related to the role of the actor’s art and theater in education.
Studying Medicine is a rough journey. Everybody starts this journey with the purpose of becoming the best practitioner in their field.
- What does it mean to be the best?
- What happens when this aim starts to create too much pressure?
- Is burnout actually a result of the pressure caused by all the challenges that a doctor faces along the way
Join this Roundtable event and learn how to balance your dreams according to the possibilities offered by the health system in an open discussion guided by Andreea Lefter, MD, PhD, a dedicated professional woman who have achieved both an overspecialisation in Breast Imaging – as a radiologist, (along with her PhD and teaching career in medical school) and an accreditation as a professional coach from International Coach Federation.Andreea Lefter chooses to serve as a doctor and a coach, while alining her work with her belief that getting better at what you do is strongly connected with discovering and accepting yourself. Therefore she coaches doctors for performance and self awareness while being present for her pacients and her family.
Alongside her will be Sorin Ghiea, MD, specialist in radiology and medical imaging. Training in musculoskeletal imaging began in 2009 with a scholarship in London, offered by the European Society of Radiology (ESR). In the present, he is organizing courses related to musculoskeletal imaging, carried out with the support of the Romanian Musculoskeletal Imaging Society of which he was vice-president and president. Sorin Ghiea is also the creator of the YouTube channel Radiologhiea, where he debates with fellow radiologists interesting cases from musculoskeletal pathology, in the form of weekly tutorials. He is also the host of the Radio Lu’ Ghiea podcast, where he talks with his guests about subjects related to medicine, radiology and artificial intelligence.
In the modern world, the world “malpraxis” is very popular.
- But what does it actually mean?
- What’s the difference between medical error and malpraxis?
- How is a patient represented in court in the case of a malpractice trial? And what about the doctor?
Get to know everything about this topic in a Roundtable discussion mediated by Av. Alexandru Sergiu Duță. He is a lawyer, member of Bucharest Bar since 2003. He obtained his Graduation in Law – Faculty of Law – University of Bucharest in 2001. He is also a PhD Student and University Assistant at Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy Bucharest – Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthopedics, Anesthesia and Intensive Care – Discipline of Medical Legal element and malpractice.
Having more than 19 years of experience in the commercial law, pharmaceutic health care industry, and 8 years in malpractice lawsuits, he provides advice and counsel to companies, hospitals, physicians and pharmaceutical companies. After many years of implication in the field of medical law and malpractice, he initiated the research of Medical malpractice – Vulnerabilities and controversies in Romanian judicial practice.
What is the neuroscience behind psychedelic substances? Are they able to potentially cure mental disorders? What are the actual differences between psychiatric medication and recreational drugs? What is the psychiatric point of view on overcoming drug addiction and how can we help debunk the social stigma around it? Join us in a deep dive on this topic alongside 3 experts in the field: Gabriel Cicu, MD, PhD, Alin Chiriac, MD and Anís Enayati, MD.
Abandoned vaccines: what is their impact on research and scientific knowledge? The concept of personalised vaccines: an insight into this emerging field A controversial discussion on priorities: individual rights vs public health – which matters more? Where does the hesitancy come from? Let’s talk about mistrust, conspiracy theories and the future of vaccination alongside Simona Ruță, MD, PhD, Professor of Virology and Vice-Rector for scientific research at the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy.
What is the ‘secret recipe’ of communicating with children, from a paediatrician’s point of view? Handling disbelief – how do you manage challenging discussions with skeptical parents as a paediatrician? A delicate matter – how do you interact with parents when the children are sick? Learn all about it from Iulia Țincu, MD and Roxana Smădeanu, MD.
How do we define adversity in the medical system? What are the known and unknown aspects of medical practice when it comes to compromises and sacrifices? To what extent can we actually solve the problems and how similar are they to other countries’ healthcare structure?
Take a deeper dive into this topic and discover the insights and very rarely addressed challenges of what a medical career genuinely implies. Ionut Gobej, MD will be guiding you through this journey, as an european certified neurosurgeon working at “Regina Maria” and paediatric neurosurgeon working at “M.S. Curie Hospital” in Bucharest.
What is the most successful way to connect two seemingly opposite career paths? What are the most common, yet unpredictable challenges faced by a medical entrepreneur? What does it take to make passion meet purpose and turn your vision to reality?
Discover how to make it all possible from Wargha Enayati, MD – cardiology doctor, healthcare business innovator and experienced founder for the biggest healthcare business in Romania, “Regina Maria”.
What are the main challenges paediatricians are faced with? We all know that communicating with a paediatric patient can be quite difficult, especially when there’s a barrier posed by the parent’s skeptical viewpoints and disbelief about modern medicine. Handling those difficult conversations in the attempt to offer the best treatment is a skill that every doctor working in this field has mastered through experience.
Let’s explore this topic further together, under the guidance of Senior Lect. Iulia Țincu, MD, Primary Physician at the Victor Gomoiu Clinical Children’s Hospital of Bucharest, alongside Asist. Lect. Roxana Smădeanu, MD, Primary Physician at the Grigore Alexandrescu Clinical Children’s Hospital, both specialising in Paediatrics as well as Gastroaenterology.
So you want to be a surgeon and a mother? A question we shouldn’t raise – still a very present question in our mundane society. Everybody talks about the hardships in maintaining a balance between having a family and a professional career. But what about the positives of having the privilege to achieve two of the most challenging “titles” in a lifetime – being a mother and a surgeon? You will have the chance to get the answers to this specific question during an eye-opening roundtable discussion with Asst. Lect. Anca Nica, MD and Francesca Pâslaru, MD, Resident Physician.