Public health professionals partnering with refugee communities should pay attention to religion as an important factor for refugees’ wellbeing....more
Alexander Rödlach is a medical anthropologist at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He teaches primarily courses on public health, global health, and program evaluation. His research focuses on issues at the intersection of health, volunteerism, and religion. Currently he is completing a book manuscript analyzing the impact of health ministries in religious congregations on the health of clients and communities.