Angela Hollingsworth

DNP, RN, CEN, NEA-BC

Clinical Assistant Professor Nursing Administration Coordinator, College of Nursing

Contact

1610 Ben Graves Drive
Nursing Building
Room 214E
Huntsville, AL 35899
Campus Map

256.824.6516
angela.hollingsworth@uah.edu

Biography

Angela Hollingsworth's Curriculum Vitae


Education

  • DNP, University of South Alabama
  • MSN, Delta State University
  • BSN, University of North Alabama
  • ADN, Northwest Community College
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum
  • Certified Emergency Nurse
  • Nurse Executive Advanced-Board Certified

Clinical Expertise

  • Emergency
  • Critical Care
  • Trauma

Expertise

  • Nursing Administration
  • Emergency/Rural medicine
  • Exercise Science for healing
  • Holistic/cultural nursing

Recent Publications

  • Waldman, H.S., Heatherly, A.J., Killen, L.G., Hollingsworth, A., Koh, Y.,& O’Neal, E. K. (2020). A 3 Week, LowCarbohydrate, High Fat Diet Improves Multiple Serum Inflammatory Markers in Endurance Trained Males. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. August 18, 2020. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1519/jsc.0000000000003761

  • Hollingsworth, A. & Reynolds, M. (2020). The emergency department nurse manager’s guide to utilizing SWOT analysis for performance improvement. Journal of Emergency Nursing. 46 (3) pp. 368-372.

  • Koh, Y., Hollingsworth, A., Waldman,H.S., Killen, L., Heatherly, A.,Smith, A., & O’Neal, E. (2019). Effects of a 3-week High-Fat-LowCarbohydrate Diet on Lipid and Glucose Profiles; Case Studies in 8 Experienced Middle-age Male Runners. International Journal of Exercise Science.

  • Coffey, S. & Hollingsworth, A. (2018). A 28 year old woman with tetanus. Journal of Emergency Nursing Online.

  • UAH College of Nursing Writing Team. Adams, M. co-writer (2018). Striving for excellence: Creating environments that promote the pedagogical expertise of faculty. National league for nursing center of excellence in nursing education.

  • O'Neal, E., Hollingsworth, Seltmann, C., Waldman, H., Smith, A., Killen, L., & Heatherly, A.(2017), Effects of ad libitum Low Carbohydrate High-Fat Dieting in Middle-Age Male Runners. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (December 1, 2017).

  • Heatherly AJ, Killen LG, Waddell AF, Waldman HS, Hollingsworth A, & O’Neal EK. Body Composition, Substrate Utilization, Thermoregulation, and Performance in Male Runners after 3-Week High Fat Diet. National American College of Sports Medicine Conference; May 2017: Denver, CO.

  • Waddell AF, Koh Y, Heatherly AJ, Killen LG, Waldman HS, Hollingsworth A, & O’Neal EK. Lipid and Glucose Profiles of Middle-aged Male Runners after 3-Week High Fat-Low Carbohydrate Diet. National American College of Sports Medicine Conference; May 2017: Denver, CO

  • Heatherly AJ, Killen LG, Waddell AF, Waldman HS, Hollingsworth A, & O’Neal EK. Substrate Utilization at Different Race Paces, Thermoregulation, and Performance in Male Runners after a 3-Week High Fat Diet. Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference; February 2017: Greenville, SC.

  • Seltman CL, Hollingsworth A., Waldman HS, Heatherly AJ, Killen LG, & O’Neal EK. Effects of a High Fat Low Carbohydrate Diet on Hydration Markers in Male Runners. Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference; February 2017: Greenville, SC.