Sinah Afra Noemi Evers

Sina Evers
Research assistant

Research interests

Sinah Evers studied public health. In the course of her doctorate, she is working as a research assistant on the handling of patients with social problems in primary care practices based on the concept of social prescribing.


Professional career

Since 2021
Research associate in the department of health services research at the Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research at the University of Bremen

2015 until 2021
Student assistant at the Institute for Public Health and Nursing Research at the University of Bremen

2018 until 2019
Honorary position in the ProCare project of the Faculty of Psychology and Movement Science at the University of Hamburg

Internship in the project PflegeConnection macht Schule (NursingConnection goes to school)

2016 to 2017
Internship at the Health Services Research Center, Wellington, New Zealand

2013 to 2014
European voluntary service at Pen Green Children Center, Corby, England

Academic career

2018 to 2021
Studies in Public Health - Health Care Delivery, Economics and Management, University of Bremen, Germany, Degree: M.A.

2014 to 2017
Studies Public Health/Health Science, University of Bremen, Degree: B.A.

Current activities & functions

    Representation and substitution in committees at the department 11: Representation of the scientific staff in the department council; examination board Master Health Care, Health Economics and Health Management; expert commission Master Health Care, Health Economics and Health Management,    Commission for Quality Management
    Member of the AG Social Health of the DEGAM
    Member of the Social Prescribing and Community Orientation WONCA Europe Special Interest Group
    Peer review activity: BMC Health Services Research Research, Involvement and Engagement

Teaching Experience

The public health perspective on social isolation and loneliness (seminar).Public Health/Health Science, B.A.

Research Project (Seminar)

Public health - health care delivery, economics and management, M. A.

Health policy discussion group (seminar)



Journal article with peer review


Sinah Evers and Hajo Zeeb and Ansgar Gerhardus (2021). Wissen generieren: Das „Kompetenznetz Public Health zu COVID-19“. Public Health Forum, 29(1), 15--18. Walter de Gruyter GmbH.


Journal article without peer review


Evers S, Husk K, Napierala H, Reisinger A & Gerhardus A. Theories Used to Develop or Evaluate Social Prescribing in Studies: a Scoping Review Protocol; 2022.



Verbände mit schwachen Interessen in der deutschen Gesundheitspolitik


58. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sozialmedizin und Prävention