Ajándék Eőry


She is specialist general practitioner, medical acupuncturist and associate professor at the Department of Family Medicine, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. She organised the Division of Integrative Medicine and has been head of it since its establishment in 2020. She earned her PhD degree in psychosomatic medicine, researching the association between affective temperaments and cardiovascular diseases. She develops research in the psychosocial background of chronic pain, the role of physical exercise in stress and well-being of community adults living in rapidly changing environments, and the importance of patient reported outcome measures in person-centred care. She is engaged in medical education at undergraduate as well as postgraduate level and her research interest is the role of the clinical context in the development of medical identity. She is editorial board member of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics.