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Psychiatry & Behavioral Science

Aurelia Bizamcer, MD, PhD, MPH

Specialties

Psychiatry

about me
publications
about me
Clinical Interests
  • Acute and subacute care of severe mentally ill patients
  • Transitioning of severe mentally ill patients to community care
Research Interests
  • Health literacy in an outpatient psychiatric population
  • Metabolic syndrome screening
Education
  • MD, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania
  • PhD, Department of Public Health, Temple University College of Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA
  • MPH, Department of Public Health, Temple University College of Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA
Training
  • Residency, Psychiatry, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA,
  • Residency, Alexandru Obregia Clinical Psychiatric Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
Board Certification
  • Psychiatry
  • Neurology
Memberships
  • American Psychiatric Association
offices

Office Locations

Temple University Hospital - Episcopal Campus

100 E. Lehigh Avenue

1st and 3rd Floors

Philadelphia, PA 19125

publications
Digital Bibliography
Publications

Bizamcer, A (1996). Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (Sindromul Neuroleptic Malign), Sinapse, 4: 44-45.

Forsea, D, Tiplica, S and Bizamcer, A (1997). Mutilating Dermatitis Artifacta, Dermatovenerology, LXIV: 100-102.

Bizamcer, N, Marinescu, V, Aungurenci, A and Rosianu, E (1998). The Frequency of Somatoform Disorders in a Population of Primary Care Setting Patients. European Psychiatry 13 (Supp 4): 323s.

Aaronson, W. and Bizamcer, AN (2000). Integrating Mental Health into the Primary Care Model: The Kiev/Philadelphia Experience. Common Health, 8: 15-18.

Bizamcer, N, Healey, K and Aaronson, W(2002). Integration of Mental Health into Primary Care: The Kyiv-Philadelphia Community-Based Primary Partnership. Crimean Journal of Psychiatry, November issue.

Baron, D and Bizamcer, AN (2004). The Relationship of ADHD, Its Treatment and Substance Use. Behavioral Health Management, 24(4): S1-S4.

Bizamcer, AN, Dubin, W and Hayburn, B (2006). Olfactory Reference Syndrome (ORS): A Case Report. Paper accepted for publication by Psychosomatics, Nov 2006.

Office Locations

Temple University Hospital - Episcopal Campus

100 E. Lehigh Avenue

1st and 3rd Floors

Philadelphia, PA 19125