Selected Research Media Interviews
- Turner, D. Ed. (2020) Social Work and Covid 19: Lessons for Education and Practice, Critical Publishing, UK
- Turner, D and Price, M (2020) : Resilient when it comes to death': Exploring the significance of bereavement for the well-being of social work students, Qualitative Social Work, https://doi.org/10.1177/1473325020967737
- Turner, D and Price, M (2020) How social workers can support people facing inconceivable grief in the pandemic https://www.communitycare.co.uk/2020/05/01/social-workers-can-support-people-facing-inconceivable-grief-pandemic/
- Turner, D and Taylor – Beswick, A (2020): In Recognition of how Covid 19 is affecting death rituals for people in Northern Ireland, SCIE blog. Available at: https://www.scie.org.uk/care-providers/coronavirus-covid-19/blogs/covid-death-rituals
- Turner, D.(2017) Perspectives on the Experience of Sudden, Unexpected Child Death: The Very Worst Thing? Palgrave MacMillan, London, UK
- Turner, D. (2015) Not behaving as a grieving mother should: exploring the ethical pitfalls of identity construction within an insider study of sudden, unexpected child death. In: Tolich, Martin (ed.) Qualitative Ethics in Practice. Left Coast Press, New Zealand, pp. 71-83. ISBN 9781629581668
- Turner, D. (2014) Creating #team turner: an autoethnography of connection within social work education. In: Westwood, Joanne (ed.) Social media in social work education. Critical Publishing, Northwich. ISBN 9781909682573
- Turner, D (2018) Review of The Comfort of People by Daniel Miller Anthropology in Action -https://doi.org/10.3167/aia.2018.250206
- Turner, D (2016) "Research you cannot talk about": a personal account of researching sudden, unexpected child death. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 24 (2). pp. 73-87. ISSN 1054-1373
- Turner, D (2014) 'Memories are made of this': personal reflections on the creation and maintenance of memorials and mementoes. Bereavement Care, 33 (3). pp. 92-96. ISSN 0268-2621
- Turner, D and Webb, R (2012) ethics and/or Ethics in qualitative social research: negotiating a path around and between the two. Ethics and Social Welfare, 8 (4). pp. 383-396. ISSN 1749-6535
- Turner, D. (2014) The death of a child - are we still failing to balance suspicion and sensitivity? Society Central.
- Turner, D. (2014) Parents' experiences of the professional response to sudden, unexpected child death: narrative approaches in telling the story. SAGE Research Methods.
- Turner, D. (2012) Parents of children who die should not be treated like criminals. theguardian.com.
Selected Research Media Interviews
- Turner, D., Mustaffa, M and Jacobs, J (2016) Parenting adventures #2: dealing with the death of a child. [Audio] Radio Malaysia
- A major Feature on my research work and the foundation for this appeared in the Guardian Family (2014) ; http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/jul/05/can-parent-get-over-death-of-a-child#start-of-comments
- Turner, D, (2011) BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour. [Audio]
- Turner, D (2014) Telling the untellable: researching emotionally sensitive and challenging topics. National Centre for Research Methods:
- Selected Conference Activity
- Managing the impact of death on your team , Community Care Virtually Live (2020) https://www.communitycarelive.co.uk/programme/wednesday-14th-october-2020/managing-the-impact-of-death-on-your-team
- Protecting children in the time of Covid 19 , Anna Freud Centre Webinar (2020)
- Bereavement experiences amongst Social Work students and newly qualified practitioners: Identifying challenges and enhancing well-being (2019) International Federation of Social Work Conference, Vienna (2019).
- Professional Encounters with sudden, unexpected death: Supporting practitioners with messages from research, Inter-Disciplinary Health Conference, London Metropolitan University, 2018
- A review of the main guidelines on how medical students and doctors should use social media to maintain professionalism. BSMS Postgrad Research Symposium 2017.
- Organiser - ‘Death, Dying and Social Work’ , University of Sussex (2016) This was the first ever Conference to bring together death, dying and social work.
- Conference Proceedings (with Hennessy, Catherine, Smith, Claire, and Ferns, Gordon)
- ‘Voicing Vulnerability’ (2016) Association of Psychosocial Studies Conference, UWE
- ‘Discussing Death online,’ Joint Education Social Work Conference (JSWEC 2015) Open University, Milton Keynes, June 2015
- 'Sudden Unexpected child death: learning about practice from parental experience’ Centre for Social Work Practice, Tavistock Centre, March 2015
- Telling the Untellable: Researching emotionally challenging and sensitive topics. St Catherine's College, Oxford. ESRC Research Methods Festival 2014.
- Challenging the myth of vulnerability: Insider perspectives and implications for practice within experience near research on sudden, unexpected child death. European Research Institute for Social Work, October 2014
- Telling the Story: An experience of researching sudden, unexpected child death. Pain, Illness, Trauma and Death in Childhood: University of Greenwich, 2014.
- 'Collective consciousness through creative Connectivity’ (Keynote address) Joint Social Work Education Conference 2013: http://www.jswec.net/index.php/annual/2013 and
- Contributor to JSWEC promotional video.
- Telling the Story’ The Coroner's Support Service, Volunteer Conference, 2011 (Invited keynote to speak to audience of Coroners, Volunteers, Police and other professionals involved in sudden, unexpected child death).
- ‘Telling the Story’ Child Bereavement Trust, Unexpected Death in Childhood Conference, 2010.
- Joint Social Work and Education Conference, 'Positive Practice in Hard Times' - London, UK July 2013: Dangerous Knowledge?' A personal experience of the service user role in social work education'
- 'Telling the Story’: An experience of researching sudden, unexpected child death. 'A Narrative Future for Healthcare' Kings College, London, UK. June 21 - 21.
- 'Telling the Story’: An experience of researching sudden, unexpected child death. NSPCC: New Horizons in Safeguarding Children (Manchester, 2012)