Tamás Bereczky currently works with the European Patients’ Academy on Therapeutic Innovation EUPATI, while also supporting, as member, the work of the European AIDS Treatment Group (www.eatg.org). HIV positive since 2003, he served as a member of the board of directors of the EATG for almost 4 years, and also served as the co-chair of the European Commission’s Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS between 2013 and 2015, and has been involved in many EU and global projects. Tamás has been a member of the BMJ Patient Panel since 2017.
A linguist and psychologists, Tamás will obtain a PhD based on research into the significance and perspectives of patient organizations in Europe in 2019. In addition to his work as a psychodrama practitioner, he also works as an advisor to several international and European institutions concerning HIV, HCV, men having sex with men, substance use, and health policy. He also contributes to EUPATI Europe and EUPATI Germany as a content developer, trainer and coordinator.
Since 2017, Tamás has also been involved in Patvocates Network, a German social enterprise consultancy. Patvocates provides training, consultancy and organisational development services in patient involvement and patient education.
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