Fouskas, T. (2016) “Repercussions of Precarious, Low-Status Work Regarding Access to Healthcare Services by Immigrant Workers in Greece: Seasonal Flu or an Incurable Disease?”, in Jared A. Jaworski (ed.) Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 18. New York: Nova Science Publishers (forthcoming 2016)

Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 18 Authors / Editors:  Jared A. Jaworski Pub. Date: 2016 – 1st Quarter Binding: Hardcover Binding: ebook Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 18 Retail Price: $160.00 […]

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Theodoros Fouskas, Charalampos Economou, Theodoros D. Sakellaropoulos, Konstantinos Varsamidis (2014) “Unhealthy” integration: Inequalities of immigrants’ access to health services in Greece and policy recommendations for their elimination”, Nursing Care and Research, 40(3):214-235 (in Greek)

Nursing Care AND Research “Unhealthy” integration: Inequalities of immigrants’ access to health services in Greece and policy recommendations for their elimination” Theodoros Fouskas, Lecturer, New York College / Lab. Ass., TEI of […]

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Economou, C., Sakellaropoulos, T. and T. Fouskas (2014) “Unhealthy” integration: Policy recommendations for the elimination of inequalities regarding access to health services by immigrants in Greece, Nursing Care and Research (forthcoming, in Greek)

“Unhealthy” integration: Policy recommendations for the elimination of inequalities regarding access to health services by immigrants in Greece  Nursing Care and Research (forthcoming, in Greek) Charalambos Economou, Associate Professor, Panteion […]

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Kouli, E., Th. Fouskas, M. Theodorou and E. Velonakis (2013) The institutional framework regarding the rights of immigrants for access to health services in the European Union, Nursing Care AND Research, 33(3) (in Greek)

Nursing Care AND Research The institutional framework regarding the rights  of immigrants for access to health services in the European Union E. Kouli, RN, MSc, Researcher in Center of Health Services Management […]

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