Centering Romanian Healthcare System in Patient – Requirement of a European Health System


  • Cristina-Luiza Erimia Ovidius University of Constanta, Faculty of Pharmacy, Campus Corp B, University Alley No. 1, Constanta, Romania
  • Laura Alexandra Mureseanu



human rights, patient rights European legislation, the modernization of the national legislation, the standardization of the legislation, the health system, health policies


Currently, in Europe there is a close collaboration between the World Health Organization, the European Union and the Council of Europe with the declared aim to support the implementation of coordinated strategies for the implementation of patient rights, the concerns in this field intensifying, mainly, with the development of Amsterdam Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe, adopted in 1994. To create a modern healthcare system, there is need for it to be cantered on patients’ needs, to have dynamic and integrated structures, adaptable to the different and ever changing health needs of the society in general and of individuals in particular and which, not least, has to recognize the role of the patient as an active partner in health policies. In this context, this article examines the national legal framework governing the rights, duties, responsibilities and penalties applied in the field of patient rights. This article aims to analyse how patients’ rights in the European Union area are implemented and enforced in the national legislation and the role that patients play in the Romanian health system.




How to Cite

Erimia, C.-L., & Mureseanu, L. A. (2022). Centering Romanian Healthcare System in Patient – Requirement of a European Health System. European Journal of Medicine and Natural Sciences, 5(2), 64–67.