Saleh Aljadeeah

Mr Saleh Aljadeeah

PhD Candidate
Institution: Bayreuth University
Current Insitution Location: Germany

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Prieserstr. 2, 95444 Bayreuth, Germany

Migration Health Research Area/Expertise
I studied pharmacy at the University of Damascus, Syria. After graduating, I have worked in pharmacies since 2011. Since relocating to Germany in 2014, I worked for the German Red Cross in Cologne in a refugee emergency department until September 2016, especially at the interface between social services and medical care. Starting from October 2016 I worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Healthcare Management and Health Sciences at Bayreuth University in the project: “Effects of the influx of asylum seekers on healthcare in Bavaria”. I am also a PhD candidate at the same institute. I am working on a research project about the access to and use of medicines among refugees in Germany. I hold the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation scholarship since January 2019.

Research Focus/Expertise on Relevant Migrant Categories
Internal Migration
Internally displaced persons (Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elderly)

International/Cross-Border Migration
Asylum seekers (Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elderly)
Humanitarian entrants/ Refugee resettlement programs (Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elderly)
Refugees (Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elderly)

Relevant Publications

Title Author Year Published Link to Publication
Auswirkungen des Zustroms von Asylbewerbern auf Saleh Aljadeeah, Katharina Fernando Samarappuli, Lars Hillmann, Michael Lauerer, Georg Lindinger, Paup Marschall, Stephan Rixen, Frederike Rohr, Dominik Seitz, Andreas Schmid, Volker Ulrich, Feline Zocher,Christian Egle, Eckhard Nagel
Outpatient Antibiotic Dispensing for the Population with Government Health Insurance in Syria in 2018-2019 Saleh Aljadeeah, Veronika J Wirtz, Eckhard Nagel
Barriers to Accessing Medicines among Syrian Asylum Seekers and Refugees in a German Federal State Saleh Aljadeeah, Veronika J Wirtz, Eckhard Nagel
Cross-sectional survey to describe medicine use among Syrian asylum seekers and refugees in a German federal state: looking beyond infectious diseases Saleh Aljadeeah, Veronika J Wirtz, Eckhard Nagel
Outpatient cardiovascular diseases and diabetes medicines dispensing in the population with government health insurance in Syria between 2018 and 2019: a retrospective analysis Saleh Aljadeeah, Eckhard Nagel and Veronika J. Wirtz