Ms Holly Evans

Associate Lecturer (Teaching Specialist (Clin))

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Bedford Park

Ms Evans is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a Lecturer and Topic Coordinator in the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology program at Flinders University. Her main research theme is 'Exercise is Medicine' in the exercise oncology space and the role of digital tools to help deliver individualised exercise prescriptions to those not able to access face-to-face support. She is also working clinically in the areas of exercise oncology, neurological conditions and musculoskeletal health.

Qualifications

The University of South Australia, SA, Australia.
Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Science.

The University of South Australia, SA, Australia.
Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours – First Class).

The University of South Australia, SA, Australia.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement).

Honours, awards and grants

2021 - Northern Communities Health Foundation Prize – The Florey Postgraduate Research Conference.
2018 - Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship.
2014 - University of South Australia Placement student of the Year (Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Science).
2005-2006 - University of South Australia Dean’s Merit List (Human Movement)

Topic coordinator
EXSC9003A Exercise Management in Special Populations (Practicum)
EXSC9003B Exercise Management in Special Populations (Practicum)
Interests
  • Exercise and cancer