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Organizational culture in the primary healthcare setting of Cyprus
(BMC Health Services Research, 2013)
Background: The concept of organizational culture is important in understanding the behaviour of individuals in organizations as they manage external demands and internal social changes. Cyprus healthcare system is ...
Ethnic identity, person perception and racism: a decade of changes in Cyprus
(Hellenic Journal of Psychology, 2013)
Cyprus has been through many significant changes in the decade of 2000-2010. The purpose of this study was to assess differences in levels of ethnic identity, person perception and racism by comparing archived data of 2000, ...
Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of immigrants from third countries in Cyprus, on HIV/AIDS and sexual and reproductive health. The implication of nursing ethics to healthcare
(Technological Educational Institute of Athens, 2013)
Background: Cultural, social policy and legal factors contribute to HIV vulnerability amongst ethnic minorities. Insufficient knowledge on HIV transmission and prevention contributes in engaging in risky sexual behaviours ...
The Strategic Importance of Cyprus and the Prospect of Union with Greece, 1919–1931: The Greek Perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05)
The outbreak of the First World War brought about an important change in the status of Cyprus which was officially annexed by Great Britain. In the years that followed, successive Greek governments preferred not o pose ...
Improving Mental Health Services Through the Measurement of Attitudes and Knowledge of Mental Health Professionals and the General Population in Cyprus
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)
Despite the magnitude of mental health problems worldwide, many cases of deinstitutionalization have failed to achieve their targets for a number of reasons including lack of appropriate community psychiatric services and ...