Catalysis - Episode 4 feat Lindsey Reece

This episode, I chatted with Lindsey Reece. Lindsey is director of the SPRINTER research team working in partnership across the University of Sydney and the Office of Sport within the NSW Government. Before arriving in Sydney, Lindsey managed a broad portfolio of research and consultancy, at Sheffield Hallam University's (Yorkshire, UK) Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, focusing on the management of chronic disease through physical activity promotion including; Cancer Survivorship, Neurological conditions, Obesity Prevention and large scale Community Physical Activity and Sport program's. She worked closely with Public Health England and Sport England to implement their national physical activity strategies and led numerous projects in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Care, British Lung Foundation, parkrun and Local Authority, NHS agencies.

A copy of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia Position Statement on Exercise in Cancer Care is available online - /media/434357/clinical_oncology_society_of_australia_position_statement_on_exercise_in_cancer_care.pdf

SBS' Episode on The Exercise Pill is available online - https://www.sbs.com.au/news/insight/tvepisode/exercise-pill