Items where Kingston Author is "Psoinos, Maria"
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Fook, Jan, d'Avray, Lynda, Norrie, Caroline, Psoinos, Maria, Lamb, Bryony and Ross, Fiona (2013) Taking the long view: exploring the development of interprofessional education. Journal of Interprofessional Care, ISSN (print) 1356-1820 (Epub Ahead of Print)
Fook, J., Johannessen, A. and Psoinos, M. (2011) Partnership in practice research: a Norwegian experience. Social Work and Society, 9(1), ISSN (online) 1613-8953
Psoinos, Maria (2010) Forced Migration and psychosocial health: meaning-making through autobiographical narratives in the UK. Migration Letters, 7(1), pp. 79-90. ISSN (print) 1741-8984
Psoinos, Maria (2010) Exploring highly educated refugees’ subjective theories of their psychosocial experiences. Hellenic Journal of Psychology, 7(1), pp. 69-97. ISSN (print) 1790-1391
Psoinos, Maria (2007) Exploring highly educated refugees’ potential as knowledge workers in contemporary Britain. Equal Opportunities International, 26(8), pp. 834-852. ISSN (print) 0261-0159
Psoinos, Maria (2011) The important role of refugee and migrant community organizations in bringing out highly educated refugees’ potential as knowledge workers. In: Nicolopoulou, K. , Taylor, J. , Karataş-Őzkan, M. and Tatli, A., (eds.) Global knowledge workers: diversity and relationality perspectives. Cheltenham, U.K. : Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 95-113. ISBN 9781848445437
Tzouriadou, Maria, Kontopoulou-Kokkinaki, Melanthia and Psoinos, Maria (2009) An inclusive early intervention programme: the case of two pre-schoolers. In: Carpenter, Barry , Schloesser, Jaques and Egerton, Jo, (eds.) European Developments in Early Childhood Intervention. The European Association on Early Intervention. pp. 134-152.
Conference or Workshop Item
Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni and Psoinos, Maria (2012) Transferability of locally collected research results: employing theoretical triangulation in a study on migrant social workers in the UK. In: 2nd European Conference for Social Work Research; 22-24 March 2012, Basel, Switzerland. (Unpublished)
Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni and Psoinos, Maria (2011) An exploration of cultural capital, labour market position and work experiences of migrant and refugee doctors in the UK. In: The impact of migrant workers on the functioning of labour markets and industrial relations: an ESRC seminar series based at Keele University; 23 Feb 2011, Sheffield, UK.
Psoinos, Maria [Researcher] (2011) Cultural capital and professional development experiences of migrant health and social care professionals. In: Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences Research Seminar Series; 03 Feb 2011, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni and Psoinos, Maria (2010) Cultural capital and professional development experiences of migrant health and social care professionals. In: Social Work: what progress? what potential?; 05 Nov 2010, Kingston upon Thames, London. (Olive Stevenson Seminar Series) (Unpublished)
Butler, Christina, Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni and Psoinos, Maria (2010) Managing equality and diversity in health care: the case of ethnic monitoring at St George's NHS trust. In: EAWOP Small Group Meeting - Managing diversity in organisations; 23-24 Sep 2010, Birmigham, U.K..
Psoinos, Maria (2009) Managing cultural heterogeneity in secondary schools in Greece. In: Conference on further training of political science teachers; 14 Mar 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece. (Unpublished)
Tzouriadou, Maria, Kontopoulou-Kokkinaki, Melanthia and Psoinos, Maria (2008) An inclusive early-intervention programme: the cases of a native-born and an immigrant preschooler. In: Early Childhood Intervention in Europe: Good practice in early childhood intervention; 3-4 September 2008, Kristiansand, Norway. (Unpublished)
Psoinos, Maria, Hatzidimitriadou, Eleni, Butler, Christina and Barn, Ravinder (2011) Ethnic monitoring in healthcare services in the UK as a mechanism to address health disparities: a narrative review. (Other) London : SWan IPI. 35 p. ISBN 9780955832987
Psoinos, Maria (2007) The relation between post-migration experiences and psychosocial well-being: an exploratory study of the perceptions of highly educated refugees in the UK. (PhD thesis), University of Cambridge.