Tom Campbell

Tom Campbell

Dr Tom Campbell

Lecturer in Sport, Exercise and Health. Programme Leader: BA Business and Enterprise in Sport

Biography

I am the Programme Lead for the BA Business and Enterprise in Sport degree and teach on the following modules: Introduction to Sport and Business Psychology, Stress, Performance and Behaviour, and Professional Development & Experiential Learning. I also supervise honours students on our BSc Programmes and have taught on both the MSc Clinical Exercise and Health programme and the MSc Sports Performance Programme.

With a first class degree in Sport and Exercise Science and a PhD on the topic of psychophysiological assessment of organisational stress, my main research focus lies in the assessment and measurement of individual responses to performance environments through experience sampling methodologies.

I am also interested in dual careers in sport and hold the post of dual-career academic tutor for the School of Applied Sciences.

Themes

Esteem

Reviewing

  • Reviewer for Journal of Science and Cycling
  • Reviewer for International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  • Reviewer for Cogent Medicine
  • Reviewer for The International Journal of Workplace Health Management
  • Reviewer for "Innovations and Teaching".
  • Reviewer for the Journal of Further and Higher Education

 

Invited Speaker

  • International Seminar on Dual Careers. Tom Campbell was invited to co-deliver a workshop at the International Seminar for Dual Careers in Sport, held at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences on December 20th. The workshop, entitled “Developing athletes through professional practice: enhancing athletes welfare and reducing stress”, was attended by academics and practitioners working in elite sport including delegates from Ajax, Feyenoord, Red Bull Salzburg and PSV Eindhoven football clubs.
  • Urban Research and Education Knowledge Alliance: Kick off conference. Tom Campbell delivered a conference presentation on the topic of developing dual career athletes through a contextualized HE distance-learning programme. Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Holland. 2016

 

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