Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine, Romania

The Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine is a scientific, independent, apolitical, non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious professional association, with legal personality, established on the basis of Romanian legislation.

The purpose of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine is to promote medical assistance, education and research in the field of occupational medicine, to defend the rights and interests of its members in relation to other individuals or institutions, to provide consultancy in the field of occupational medicine, as well as charitable activities for patients with occupational diseases.

One of the main objectives of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine is to form partnerships or other forms of collaboration with medical societies from Romania and abroad in order to improve medical grants at the workplace, to improve the prevention of occupational and related to the profession diseases, to promote knowledge exchange between specialists and in the field of medical research.

Dr Iulia Crull is Vice-President of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine. She has been an Occupational Medicine Physician since 1995 at Colentina Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania (State Health Field). In 2003 she founded an occupational medicine services company, which currently provides specialized medical assistance to approximately 15,000 workers/year. Since 2020 she has been a trainer in the health field “Supervision and promotion of workers' health": training preparation, carrying out training activities, evaluating training participants, applying special training methods and techniques, training marketing, designing training programs, organizing training programs and internships, evaluating, revising and ensuring the quality of programs and training courses. Since 2016 she has been a member of the inter-institutional working group for the revision of OSH legislation, established by WHO no. 1278 of 10.11.2016, and is a member of the Occupational Medicine Commission - Ministry of Health, since 2023.

Dr. Iulia Crull

Bogdan-Ionut Draghici is the Director (Occupational Medicine Physician) at the Preventive Medicine Center of the Ministry of National Defence since 2006; Chief of the Public Health Surveillance Department from 2019 to 2021; and Chief of the Occupational Medicine and Professional Diseases Compartment from 2006 to 2018. Occupational medicine senior specialist/ Occupational medicine department coordinator at SANADOR since 2007. Member of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine since 2006 and Member of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine Directory Board since 2021.

Bogdan-Ionut Draghici

Ec.Mădălina - Elena Argăseală is Project manager at SRMM. Possesses extensive expertise in project proposal writing and implementation, accumulating over 18 years of experience in this field. Since 2011, she has been actively engaged in the quadruple helix of the medical ecosystem, while her involvement in international projects dates to 2009. Mădălina's expertise extends beyond project management. She has gained valuable insights through her active participation in community development, capacity building, and public policy initiatives. Notably, she played a significant role in the Romania Breath Coalition, advocating for the adoption of a law prohibiting smoking in enclosed public spaces. Additionally, Mădălina has been a dedicated contributor to HPV Action Romania, a movement focused on eliminating HPV-induced cancers. Mădălina's skill set covers a wide range of areas, including the development of socio-economic research methodologies, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-benefit analysis, as well as the development of public policies in the healthcare sector.

Ec.Mădălina - Elena Argăseală

Dr Boari Radu is an MD in Occupational Health. Graduated in 1993 from the "Carol Davilla “ University of Medicine and Pharmacy, General Medicine Faculty, Bucharest, Romania. Dr Boari is an Occupational health specialist (MD– 1998) and an Occupational Health MD (last degree- 2003). Qualified for the surveillance of ionizing radiation-exposed personnel, for general ultrasound examinations and is a qualified trainer according to Romanian legislation requirements. Since 2002, has been working at a private medical service provider, Reteaua Privata de Sanatate Regina Maria, as Occupational Health Coordinator for the Bucharest area. Together with a team of 50 doctors, they ensure the health surveillance of around 50,000 workers/year, from different industries, including banking and office jobs, milk processing factories, paint manufacturers, the automotive industry, soft drinks and beverages factories, food distribution, and pharmaceutical production plants. Is secretary of the Romanian Society of Occupational Medicine Since 2021.

Dr Boari Radu

Assistant Professor MD Bunescu Marius Gabriel is Lecturer in Occupational Medicine at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy from Craiova. He is currently researching, teaching and mentoring students in the field of occupational medicine. Diagnosis and treatment of occupational diseases. He is also carrying out medical examinations, occupational risk assessment, and establishing medical fitness to work for companies in the automotive and steel industry.

Assistant Professor MD Bunescu Marius Gabriel

Dr. Stelian Ioan Morariu is Associate Professor, Occupational Health Department, UVVG Arad. Born in 1961, in Timisoara, Romania, and currently occupying the position of Associate Professor at the Occupational Health Department of the “Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad, and Head of The Occupational Health Department of the Arad County Clinical Emergency Hospital (since 2006). Dr. Stelian graduated from the Timisoara Institute of Medicine in 1987, becoming a Occupational Health Specialist in 1994. Doctoral studies debuted in 1996, attaining the PhD Degree in 2001. He attained the position of lecturer at the Occupational Health Department of the “Vasile Goldis” Western University of Arad inn1997. His current main field of interest is represented by cardiovascular implications of professional exposure to certain occupational hazards, as well as perfecting national legislature.

Associate Prof. Dr. Stelian Ioan Morariu

Bogdan Andrei Vinersar, MD, 38 years old is a researcher in sociology and occupational medicine specialist involved in the management of SRMM, contributing to the development of research projects and scientific events. Having studied medicine, law and economics, he worked for a short period of time in the Romanian Government and then in the Ministry of Health as an advisor to the Secretary of State, where was actively involved in solving legislative problems in the health system as well as helping colleagues who were active in hospitals in full pandemic. For more than 1 year, Bogdan Andrei Vinersar was an evaluator for the National Health Quality Management Authority, trying in this way to contribute to the development of the quality of the Romanian medical system. Ambitious and persistent person fights for the development of a quality healthcare system in Romania where the patient can benefit from the highest standards in terms of specialised treatment.

Bogdan Andrei Vinersar, MD