Dr. C. Avram test
Name: Dr. I. Malik
Title: MD General practitioner
Specialism: General medicine
Education: GKT School of Medicine in London
This is doctor Claudiu Avram. He is MD General practitioner specialised in emergency medicine.
In 2002, he obtained his master's degree at the Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Timisoara, Romania. In addition, he completed his specialty training as an emergency medicine/ambulance doctor in 2010.
After graduation, Dr C. Avram worked as an intern at the orthopedic department at Timisoara County Hospital from 2002 to 2004. From 2004 to 2006, he worked as a doctor at the Ambulance Service. He has been working at the Ambulance Service from 2009 to the present. Since 2021, he has been a doctoral student at the Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timisoara, Romania. After graduating in 2005, he worked as a primary care doctor and taught haematology at the University of Timisoara. He has been working as a senior haematologist since 2017.
In 2010, he completed his specialty training as an emergency medicine/ambulance doctor at the Ambulance Service.
To the question why Dr C. Avram works with Dokteronline he said:
"I work with Dokteronline since 2015.
I have chosen to work with Dokteronline because it is a dynamic field. I was always willing to contribute trough my service, skills and knowledge to help someone in need. I have a passion for making a difference in people’s lives and helping others worlwide. Online medical services and the access to online medicine have brought a new dimension to medicine and have a great impact on people’s lives."
COVID-19 Pandemic Effects on Cervical Cancer Diagnosis and Management: A Population-Based Study in Romania
Popescu A, Craina M, Pantea S, Pirvu C, Chiriac VD, Marincu I, Bratosin F, Bogdan I, Hosin S, Citu C, Bernad E, Neamtu R, Dumitru C, Mocanu AG, Avram C, Gluhovschi A. COVID-19 Pandemic Effects on Cervical Cancer Diagnosis and Management: A Population-Based Study in Romania. Diagnostics (Basel). 2022 Apr 6;12(4):907. doi: 10.3390/diagnostics12040907. PMID: 35453955; PMCID: PMC9031697.