|Qualifications||Budapest University of Medical Sciences |
Upon graduation - National Institute for Rheumatology and Physiotherapy - directed the Department of Physical Medicine between 1973-1976
|Specialisations||Rheumatology and physical medicine|
|Certifications, Accreditations, Courses||1971 University Hospital in Groningen, the Netherlands - scholarship. |
Since 1976, Medical Director of Budapest Spas and Thermal Waters Co., Director of the Rheumatological Dept. of Gellért Spa and Hospital.
From 1973 to 1991 - Hungarian Ministry of Health - Deputy Director General at the National Directorate of Health Resorts and Spas at the Ministry.
1991 Medical Director General of the Danubius Hotels Group and member of the Board of Directors.
1982-1997 President of the Hungarian Balneological Association (now Honorary President).
Since 1986, Vice-President of FEMTEC (World Federation for Balneology and Climatology), and since 1993, First Vice-President.
1982 - 1988 Vice-President of the Hungarian Rheumatological Association.
1978 - 1988 Vice-President of the Social Standing Committee of the European League Against Rheumatism.
Elaboration of professional plans for several Hungarian and foreign spa institutions. (Egypt, Great Britain, Iceland, Ireland, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, etc.)
Consultant to the World Tourism Organisation (WTO) and the UNDP, and as such has carried out surveys on the situation and possibilities of the spa industry in several countries. Elaborated proposals for nationwide development programmes. (Algeria, Cuba, Iraq, Nepal, Uruguay)
98 scientific publications.
Honorary citizen of Palm Springs (USA).
Several Hungarian and foreign professional decorations, including the Memorial Medal of the University of Milan, the Oshima Award and Gold Medal (Japan).
The first Hungarian citizen to be awarded the Icelandic Order of the Falcon, the only Icelandic state honour (2002).
Clinical studies: Efficiency of physiotherapy cures
Hotel: Danubius Hotel Gellért
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