assistant professor



University extension:

06-1-459-1500 / 56545




Master of teaching, teacher of religious education,

pastoral counselor,

mental health and organization

Doctoral degree 2019, sociology, Semmelweis University – Mental Health sciences/ Sociological and mental health approaches to resources
for individuals and communities

List of Publications  

Hungarian Scientific Bibliography

Researchgate, ORCID


Memberships and activities


Professional and research interest

Active ageing, quality of life of the elderly, exhaustion and burnout of family caregivers, development of long-term care systems, social innovations.

Current research  

Burden of family carers, the situation of family carers during COVID-19, elderly care system, and family carers during COVID-19.

Other professional interest

 Elderly care and mental hygiene, spirituality and life-course, accompanying the elderly / life-meaning search in the pre-death life stage (following the theory of V. Frankl logotherapy).

Main publications