Ioana Stănculescu

Patient navigator at Regina Maria Hospital

It is said that the true measure of a healthcare system lies not only in its medical advancements but also in its ability to collaborate among multidisciplinary teams. As Aristotle said, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”

Dr. Ioana Stănculescu’s talk aims to illuminate the role multidisciplinary teams play in optimising patient outcomes. Her speech will delve into the dynamic environment of medical teams, focusing on the shift from disease-centred care to patient-centred care and comprehensive investigation.

After earning her medical degree from the “Iuliu Hațieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj in 2006, she embarked on a path in Pediatric Neurology. Her passion for education and continuous learning led her to serve as a teaching assistant in the Molecular Sciences Department, specialising in Medical Genetics. Dr. Stănculescu’s commitment to advancing her knowledge led her to pursue dual master’s degrees—one in Medicine and another in the Sciences of Education—highlighting her dedication to the holistic approach to patient care.

In her role as a patient navigator at Regina Maria Hospital, Cluj-Napoca, Ioana Stănculescu epitomises the synergy between medicine and patient-centred health education. In this pioneering role, she navigates patients through the complex healthcare landscape, emphasising the importance of personalised care and comprehensive support. During her speech, Dr. Stănculescu will shed light on her role within the multidisciplinary team, showcasing her invaluable contributions to ensuring seamless and compassionate healthcare delivery.

We invite you to come together with us at H.E.A.R.T., not merely as spectators, but as active participants in the chain reaction of healing and compassion.