Speakers

Dr. Carrie Childs

Keynote Speaker

Senior Lecturer, School of Human Sciences, University of Derby

Dr Carrie Childs is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Derby, United Kingdom. She completed her Doctoral degree at Loughborough University. As a social psychologist with a strong qualitative background, she has focused her research on how language is used to negotiate relationships, actions and events in our everyday lives. Carrie has a long standing research interest in sexuality issues. Her past work has explored interaction between police officers and children reporting alleged sexual offences. More recently, she has turned her attentions to social constructions of sexuality, particularly the marginalisation of non-normative sexual practices and relationships. Her current work explores discursive constructions of ‘sex addiction’ in the accounts of women who identify as being sexually addicted.

Dr. Thomas Hunt

Conference Chair

Assoc. Professor, School of Human Sciences, University of Derby

Dr Hunt is an Assoc. Professor in the School of Human Sciences at the University of Derby in the UK. As an internationally recognised researcher in the field of mathematics anxiety, he has published several self-report measures and conducted a range of studies investigating the mechanisms that underpin the relationship between mathematics anxiety and performance. Dr Hunt’s recent work has involved studying mathematics anxiety in an applied way, including drug dosage calculation anxiety in nursing students and statistics anxiety in students. He regularly works with a range of stakeholders to provide professional development workshops on the topic of mathematics anxiety, including strategies to reduce it.

Dr. Tan Jing Hee

General Chair

Deputy Chairman of the Management Council, Chairman of East Asia Institute of Management Academic Board.

Dr. Tan Jing Hee is the Deputy Chairman of the Management Council, Chairman of East Asia Institute of Management Academic Board. In 1973, he joined the Singapore Institute of Management, initially as Information, Publications and Research officer before moving into management development responsibilities. During his 25 years stay in the institute, he helped to build it into the premier HRD organisation in the region. While in SIM, Dr Tan was also involved in establishing enterprise-wide MBO systems in six medium and large organisations in Singapore. In 1987, he co-edited a book on Developing Managers In Asia, published by Addison-Wesley. Dr Tan was the Chief Operating Officer of SIM before leaving it to pursue other interests. In 1994, he wrote doctoral thesis on Developing A Factor Model of Management Work in Singapore, for which he was awarded his Ph.D from Henley Mangement College/Brunel University.

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