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Hennessy, Catherine, Smith, Claire, Turner, Denise and Ferns, Gordon (2017) Twitter: an effective learning tool within medical education. 4th European Conference of Social Media in Vilnius, Lithuania, 03-04 July 2017. Published in: Proceedings of The 4th European Conference on Social Media. Academic Conferences and Publishing ISSN 2055-7213 ISBN 9781911218463

Turner, Denise (2017) Scrap the social work bursary, and lose students like us. The Guardian.

Hennessy, Catherine, Smith, Claire, Turner, Denise and Ferns, Gordon (2017) A review of the main guidelines on how medical students and doctors should use social media to maintain professionalism. In: BSMS PostGrad Research Symposium 2017.

Turner, Denise (2016) 'Social media on trial': using technology to enhance inter-disciplinarity and practice experience in Higher Education. Educational Developments, 17 (4). pp. 23-24. ISSN 1469-3267

Turner, Denise (2016) Only connect: unifying the social in social work and social media. Journal of Social Work Practice, 30 (3). pp. 313-327. ISSN 0265-0533

Turner, Denise (2016) How we prepared social work students for appearing in court. Community Care.

Turner, Denise, Mustaffa, Marhani and Jacobs, Juliet (2016) Parenting adventures #2: dealing with the death of a child. [Audio]

Turner, Denise (2016) Social workers cannot ignore the role of social media in the profession. Guardian News and Media.

Turner, Denise (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, Denise, Bennison, Gerry, Megele, Claudia and Fenge, Lee-Ann (2016) Editorial: Social work and social media: best friends or natural enemies? Social Work Education: The International Journal, 35 (3). pp. 241-244. ISSN 0261-5479

Turner, Denise (2016) Writing the tapestry. In: White, Julie (ed.) Permission: The International Interdisciplinary Impact of Laurel Richardson's Work. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 39-41. ISBN 9789463004572

Turner, Denise (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, Denise (2015) Student social workers: 'I'm deeply concerned about the future'. The Guardian.

Turner, Denise (2015) Lack of social media guidance is creating anxiety and alienation. Community Care. ISSN 0307-5508

Turner, Denise (2015) Connected and protected: can social media be a part of social work practice? Community Care.

Turner, Denise (2015) Pyschosocial aspects of engagement with social media and digital technology - personal thoughts from the frontier. In: Middleton, Andrew (ed.) Smart learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education. Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group and Sheffield Hallam University, pp. 73-77. ISBN 9781843873839

Turner, Denise (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, Denise Mary (2014) Telling the story: what can be learned from parents’ experience of the professional response following the sudden, unexpected death of a child. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Turner, Denise (2014) The death of a child - are we still failing to balance suspicion and sensitivity? Society Central.

Turner, Denise (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, Denise (2014) Parents' experiences of the professional response to sudden, unexpected child death: narrative approaches in telling the story. SAGE Research Methods.

Turner, Denise and Webb, Rebecca (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, Denise (2012) Parents of children who die should not be treated like criminals. theguardian.com.

Turner, Denise, Laurent, Su and Henson, Richard (2011) Woman's Hour. [Audio]

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