Siti Khadijah or her author name 'Badri, S.K.Z' is an assistant professor in the Division of Applied Psychology, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus. She joined the team since September 2016. Siti obtained both of her Doctor Philosophy (PhD) and degree (Degree in Pyschology) from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor.
Her current research area is on topics related to health or well-being and occupational and public health. Siti has authored in more than 10 papers and actively publishing works and papers for both international and national audiences on topics such as wellbeing and health, work-life balance, work design and organisational outcomes in Malaysia. Her current interest at present is to establish a wider understanding on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic towards psychological wellbeing of various populations in Malaysia.
Siti has acted as module conveners for various modules across the different foundation, undergraduate, and postgraduate levels. The list of module she teaches are as below;
- Person and Society - Foundation (from Year 2017 until 2020 - acted as invited lecture)
- Psychology of the Individual Differences -UG (from 2017 until present)
- Applied Research Methods - UG (from 2017 until present)
- Occupational Health Psychology - UG (from 2019 until present)
- Contemporary Issue in Applied Psychology - UG (from 2018 until present)
- Research Method III: Advanced Research Method - UG (Year 2017/2018)
- Introduction to Research Method - PGT (from 2019 until present)
Currently, Siti focuses on hin the area of work design, work-life balance and psychological well-being. She's being actively writing, publishing articles and attending multiple conferences in various… read more
Currently, Siti focuses on hin the area of work design, work-life balance and psychological well-being. She's being actively writing, publishing articles and attending multiple conferences in various countries under these topics since 2011. Her newest project is on "A framework of psychological wellbeing through sustainable teleworking practice among women workforce group in Malaysia" which awarded by Malaysia Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) along with other four esteemed teams member from UNM the Division of Applied Psychology (DOAP) and English Language Centre of Education (CELFE).
In the future, Siti aims to establish a wider understanding on health and wellbeing as well as issues on work-life balance among a wider context in Malaysia. She aspire to develop a greater understanding on issues revolving around health, well-being and work-life balance topics across different generation and occupation.