4th NATIONAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH SECTOR IN GREECE OF THE HACM: THEODOROS FOUSKAS, DO INVISIBLE, LOW-PAID AND FLEXIBLE LABOURERS EVER GET SICK? REPERCUSSIONS OF PRECARIOUS, LOW-STATUS WORK ON ACCESSIBILITY OF IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES TO HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND CHALLENGES FOR SOCIAL POLICY IN GREECE IN TIMES OF CRISIS [3-5 Feb. 2017, GREECE]

fouskas-invisible-low-paid-flexible-labourers-repercussions-precarious-low-status-work-accessibility-immigrants-refugees-healthcare-services-challenges-social-policy-greece-crisis4th National Crisis Management Conference on Health Sector in Greece

Hellenic Association on Crisis Management in the Health Sector

 Dr. Theodoros Fouskas 

Department of Social Work, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Athens – Greece

Do Invisible, Low-Paid and Flexible Labourers Ever Get Sick? Repercussions of Precarious, Low-Status Work on Accessibility of Immigrants and Refugees to Healthcare Services and Challenges for Social Policy in Greece in Times of Crisis

[3-5 February 2017, Greece]

Venue: Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens

 Conference Programme (in Greek)

Conference Poster (in Greek)

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Fouskas, Τ. (2017) “Do Invisible, Low-Paid and Flexible Labourers Ever Get Sick? Repercussions of Precarious, Low-Status Work on Accessibility of Immigrants and Refugees to Healthcare Services and Challenges for Social Policy in Greece in Times of Crisis”, Poster Presentation, presented at the 4th National Crisis Management Conference on Health Sector in Greece, February 3-5, 2017, Hellenic Association on Crisis Management in the Health Sector, Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens (in Greek).

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