Daniela Mosoiu, MD, PhD

Daniela Mosoiu, MD, PhD

National Director for Education, Strategy and Development, Hospice Casa Sperantei Foundation, Brasov, Romania

E-mail: Daniela.mosoiu@hospice.ro
Skype: Daniela.mosoiu

As the Director for National Education, Strategy and Development, at Hospice “Casa Sperantei” Foundation, Dr Daniela Mosoiu has been part of the leadership who lead the way to over 11.000 cared for patients in four Romanian locations (of which 2 rural) and over 12.000 medical and non-medical staff being trained from multiple countries, from Romania, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria , Greece, Macedonia, Armenia, Kosovo to Albania, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, and Poland. In her role as the National Coordinator for the Romanian Palliative Care Subspecialty course, she is working with health authorities and legislators to foster development of palliative care services and integration in the national health care system.

Other Appointments

  • Associate Professor/Medical Faculty, University of Brasov
  • President, Palliative Care Advisory Commission of the Health Ministry, Romania
  • President, National Association for Palliative Care, Romania
  • International Associate Faculty and Mentor, International Palliative Care Leadership Development Initiative, The Institute for Palliative Medicine at San Diego Hospice, San Diego, California, USA, 2010-2011
  • National Coordinator, Romanian Palliative Care Subspecialty Couse
  • President, Sub-Committee of Palliative Care and Pain Therapy, Romanian Health Ministry, Romania

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  • Lecturer on behalf of European School of Oncology
  • OSI Palliative Expert for Eastern Europe
  • Vice-President, Initiative Group for East and Central Europe for Palliative Care
  • Member, Task Force for National Associations – European Association of Palliative Care
  • Member, Board of Directors, Worldwide Palliative Care Alliance

Key Accomplishments

  • Launched the Intermediate Level Online Course in Palliative Care Aimed To Increase Competencies of Doctors Caring For Patients With Advanced Diseases Who Are Not Working In Palliative Care Services, 2011
  • Actively coordinated the process of costing specialized in patient and home based palliative care services, and development of costing frameworks, home based palliative care, which was included in the national insurance system funding scheme, 2010
  • Developed in partnership with the Medical Faculty in Brasov, the first Romanian Palliative Care Master: 'Clinical Aspects and Management in Palliative Care', 2010
  • Initiated partnership between Health Ministry and Hospice 'Casa Sperantei' and FABC patients group to develop a national strategy. At present with UK experts the process of drafting the new medium term strategy is in its final phase, 2008
  • Active role in changing opioid legislation in Romania, by coordinating a workgroup of national and international experts and the national education program of implementation of the new regulations. Engaged in international programs in the region to support countries in the process of reviewing opioid prescribing policies specially in Moldova and Ukraine, 2003

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  • Key personnel in attaining Palliative Care as a recognized medical subspecialty in Romania, after a pilot two year multidisciplinary training course that was run in partnership with a UK partner followed by an advocacy campaign, 1999
  • Founding member, National Association of Palliative Care, 1988
  • Lecturer on behalf of European School of Oncology in Egypt, Georgia and Croatia
  • Member, Editorial Board of Progress in Palliative Care, European Journal of Palliative Care and Paliatia.
  • Reviewer, Journal of Palliative Care Medicine and Progress in Palliative Care

Education / Honors

  • PhD Graduate,'Iuliu Hatieganu' University, Cluj-Napoca, 2009
  • Senior Specialists Oncology Institute, Cluj-Napoca, 2005
  • Sub-Specialty and National Trainer in Palliative Care Diploma, Health Ministry, National Institute for Post-Graduate Education for Doctors and Pharmacists, 2000
  • Oncologist Consultant, Oncological Institute, Bucharest1992-1995
  • MD Medical and Pharmaceutical Institute-Medical University, Cluj-Napoca, 1985-1991

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  • Award at Health Gala, Bucharest, 2011
  • Special Award for poster “Developing Palliative Care: A Top Down Approach”, Vienna, European Association of Palliative Care Conference, 2009
  • 1st Award to “Evaluation” Category, with poster “Palliative Care Needs Assessment in Roma Community, Budapest, Hungary, EAPC Congress , 2007

Key Publications
Journals

  • Hinshaw D. B., Carnahan J.M., Breck J., Mosoiu N, Mosoiu, D. (2011) Spiritual issues in suffering: creating a dialogue between clergy and palliative care providers, Progress in Palliative Care VOL. 19 NO. 1pg 7-14
  • Mosoiu D, Stempovsky E, Rotaru M, Gherman L, Capcelea A. (2011), Developing palliative care: a top down approach, European Journal of Palliative Care, 18(1):46-49
  • Mosoiu D. Mungiu OC, Grigore B, Landon A, (2007) Romania Changing the regulatory Environment, Journal of pain and Symptom Management, 33, 5:610-614

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  • Mosoiu D, Ryan KM, Joranson DE, Garthwaite JP (2006) Reform of Drug Control Policy for Palliative care in Romania The Lancet vol 367:2110-2117
  • Mosoiu D. Palliative (2006) Care and Pain Control In Romania International Journal of Palliative care Nursing 12: 3 110
  • Mosoiu D. (2005) Palliative Care Communication in a cultural context, European journal Of Palliative Care 12: 32-33
  • Mosoiu D Romania. (2002). Cancer Pain and Palliative Care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 24: 225-227
  • Mosoiu D. Andrews C, Perrols G, (2001) Palliative Care in Romania, Palliative Medicine 4;65-66

Books

  • Mosoiu, D. (2010). Communication in Cancer ISBN 978-973-0-07280-8, 208 pp
  • Mosoiu, D., Pop S. (2010). Guide for prescribing and the use of methadone in chronic cancer pain treatment, ISBN 978-973-0-07281-5, 38 pp
  • Mosoiu, D. (2008). Editor and co-author, 'Prescribing and the use of opioids in pain management in cancer'- Trainer Manual Lux Libris Brasov, ISBN 978-973-131-049-7, 198 pp

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  • Mosoiu, D. (2007) editor and co-author, “Prescribing and the use of opioids in pain management in cancer”), guide for trainees, Lux Libris Brasov, ISBN 978-973-131-008-4, 150 pp
  • Mosoiu, D. (2007) Palliative care needs assessment in Republic of Moldova, Chisinau, 49 pp
  • Mosoiu D, Pernea M, Petrescu C, Dumitrescu M, Mosoiu N. (2003). “Palliative care beyond pain symptom control”), published in social medical department of the Orthodox with support from PAHRE/RICOP program Brasov Mayor, ISBN 973-0-03551-2, 60 pp
  • Twycross R., Wilcock A., (2003) “Symptom Control in Advanced Cancer”, translator in Romanian Corin Gasdoi and Dr. Daniela Mosoiu, Lux Libris, Brasov, ISBN 973-0-02879-6, 300 pp
  • Woodruff, R. (2002). “Cancer Pain” translator in Romanian Dr.Daniela Mosoiu, Phoenix -Brasov, ISBN 973-85990-0-8, 93 pp
  • Mosoiu, D. “The ABC of palliative medicine” (1999), Lux Libris, Brasov, ISBN 973-9458-09-2, 104 pp

Key Presentations

  • Mosoiu D, Dumitrescu M, Case Studies-Costing For Change-Enforcing States' Obligations Regarding Palliative Care Through Applied Budget Work, Open Society's Public Health Program, October 26-28 2011
  • Applying Theory In Clinical Practice: Pain Management And Pain Protocol Use, The 12th ANIP Conference (National Association for Palliative Care), Bucharest, October, 13-15, 2011
  • Palliative Care Protocols – Qualitative Instruments, The 12th ANIP Conference (National Association for Palliative Care), Bucharest, October, 13-15, 2011

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  • Palliative Care in 2011, The 12th ANIP Conference (National Association for Palliative Care), Bucharest, October, 13-15, 2011
  • Availability Of Opioids For Cancer Pain: A Global Perspective MASCC International Symposium Athens June 2011
  • Horeica R., Ancuta C., Mosoiu D. A Comparison Between Preferred And Actual Place Of Care At The End Of Life In Romania, 12th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Lisbon, 18-21 May 2011
  • Mosoiu D, Pop S, Sarosi A, Dumitrescu M, Developing And Collecting A Minimum Data Set For Palliative Care, 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Vienna, Austria, 7–10 May 2009
  • Developing Palliative Care: A Top Down Approach, Vienna, European Association of Palliative Care Conference , 2009
  • Palliative Care Needs Assessment In Republic of Moldova, 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Vienna, Austria, 7–10 May 2009
  • Cancer Reflected In The Non-Medical Written Press, 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Vienna, Austria, 7–10 May 2009
  • Mosoiu D, Gorog I, Munteanu A. Palliative Care Model And Romanian Health Care System, 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Vienna, Austria, 7–10 May 2009
  • Advocacy Success in Romania: A National And Local Perspective, 11th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Vienna, Austria, 7–10 May 2009
  • Bridging the Gap between Oncology and Palliative Care: an Interactive Educational Tool- Prognosis disclosure 10th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Budapest , June 2007
  • When The Team Is Limited, 10th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Budapest, June 2007
  • Daniela Mosoiu, Liliana Ilie, Palliative Care Needs Assessment In Roma Community, 10th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care Budapest, June 2007
  • Bridging the Gap Between Palliative Care Research in Developed and Developing Countries, 4th Research Forum of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Venice, Italy, May 2006
  • David Joranson, Daniela Mosoiu, Breaking Down Regulatory Barriers To Opioid Availability In Europe: Is There Progress? 9th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care Aachen, Germany, 8–10 April 2005
  • Patient-Family centred Care: From Definition to Practice, 9th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care Aachen, Germany, 8–10 April 2005

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