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Imola Sándor

 

Curriculum vitae

Personal data

Office Address: 1089 Bp., Nagyvárad tér 4.
Tel: +361 210-2930/56349
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Education

1992-1997    Babes-Bolyai University, Kolozsvár, Romania
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences

1999-2004    Clinical Psychologycal Studies

Qualification:                                   Clinical Psychologist

Other Specifications:

2006-2007       Williams Life Skills Training –  Qualification: Training facilitator
2001-2007       Couple and  Family Therapist Training
2000-2001       Gestalt Therapy and Practice  Training
1995-1997        Autogenic Training And Relaxation Techniques
1995-1996        Theory and Practice of Psychological Counseling

Professional Background:

2000 –                     Semmelweis Medical University, Institute of Behavioral Sciences

Gradual Medical Education:

2000-                      Medical Communication –Faculty of Medicine
2000-                      Medical Psychology – Dental Faculty

Psychotherapy & Counseling:

2010 –              Leader of Students Counseling Service of Semmelweis University
& Career Center
1997-               Psychosomatic Ambulance of Behavioral Sciences Institution
1997-               Students Counseling Service of Behavioral Sciences University

Other Projects:

2009-2010 Work Stress Managment – Selye János Mental Health Project
2003-2004 Health Promotion in Gipsy Communities – Phare Project

Language Skills:
English-Fluent
Romanian- Fluent

Main fields of interest:

•    Training activities: stress management, outplacement-, communication-, personal effectiveness-, learning effectiveness training
•    The role of humor in medical communication, positive psychology, stress management techniques effectiveness

Publications

Sándor Imola, Pilling János
Tévhitek az orvosi kommunikációról [Misbelieves about medical communication]
ORVOSI HETILAP 157:(17) pp. 644-648. (2016)

Győrffy Zs, Birkás E, Sándor I
Career motivation and burnout among medical students in Hungary – could altruism be a protection factor?
BMC MEDICAL EDUCATION 16:(1) 182. 8 p. (2016)

Sándor I, Birkás E, Győrffy Zs
The effects of dissection-room experiences and related coping strategies among Hungarian medical students
BMC MEDICAL EDUCATION 15: Paper 73. 9 p. (2015)

Szabó K, Czeglédi E, Babusa B, Szumska I, Túry F, Sándor I, Bauer S
The European Initiative ProYouth for the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Eating Disorders* Screening Results in Hungary.
EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW 23:(2) pp. 139-146. (2015)

Sándor I, Csala I, Birkás E, Győrffy Zs
„Az orvostanhallgató későn találkozik a beteggel, viszont korán a tetemmel.”: A bonctermi élmények hatásáról a magyarországi orvostanhallgatók körében
LEGE ARTIS MEDICINAE 24:(5-6) pp. 271-279. (2014)

Győrffy Zs, Torzsa P, Sándor I, Csoboth Cs, Kopp M
Alvászavarok prevalenciája a fizikailag bántalmazott nők körében:országos reprezentatív minta eredményei alapján
PSYCHIATRIA HUNGARICA 28:(3) pp. 281-290. (2013)

Győrffy Zs, Csala I, Sándor I
Orvostanhallgatók Magyarországon: átalakuló vagy elnőiesedő hivatás?
ORVOSI HETILAP 154:(49) pp. 1950-1958. (2013)