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Transforming health policies through migrant user involvement: Lessons learnt from three European countries [Article]
Designing and implementing equitable health policies requires the involvement of all stakeholders. However, disadvantaged groups are under-represented in European health participatory mechanisms. Migrants and ethnic ...
Coping with interpersonal conflict at work in small business: The moderating role of supervisor and co-worker support [Article]
(Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid, 2011)
The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between two types of interpersonal conflict at work (relationship and task conflict) and job satisfaction in the context of small business, focusing on the buffering ...
Photovoice as a research-intervention tool for youth neighborhood activism in societally vulnerable contexts [Article]
(Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice Editorial Board, 2016)
Teenagers who live in vulnerable neighborhoods have a higher probability of entering into a vicious circle where they suffer the consequences of an unfair structure and, at the same time, contribute to the maintenance of ...
The influence of organizational factors on road transport safety [Article]
Road transport safety is a major concern across Europe due to the human and socio-economic costs associated with work-related traffic accidents. Traditional approaches have adopted regulatory and technical measures to ...