Dr. Beverley (Bev) Turnbull

RN, RM, Cardio-thoracic IC, DipAppSci, BNurs, GCertLeadership, GDipAdultEd, MNurs, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Beverley (Bev) Turnbull

RN, RM, Cardio-thoracic IC, DipAppSci, BNurs, GCertLeadership, GDipAdultEd, MNurs, PhD

Senior Lecturer – outgoing Chair, Human Research Ethics Committee

Areas of Expertise and Research Interests

  • Human ethics and research
  • Mentoring and scholarly productivity
  • Teaching practice
  • Women's health issues

Projects

Current

  • He, F,  Turnbull, B, Kirschbaum, M, Phillips, B  - Assessing stress, protective factors and psychological well-being among undergraduate nursing students
  • Buergelt, P Maypilama, L, Turnbull B  Negotiating respectful and reciprocal research with Indigenous communities

Recently Completed

  • Ethics and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2016.  A workshop. A joint presentation with Barbara White, A/Professor, Teaching and Learning
  • Faculty of Education, Health and Science, 2010. Identifying research needs of Health and allied health staff within the Faculty. Joint project with Assoc Professor Peter Brown
  • 2009-2010 CDU team member Retrofitting University Spaces – creating teaching and learning spaces for the 21st Century; a joint project between Queensland University of Technology, Edith Cowan University and CDU

Professional Memberships and Awards

  • Vice Chancellor's Nomination Learning and Teaching, 2012
  • Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing (ACON)

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles - last five years

  • Phillips, B Turnbull, B & He, F 2015, ‘Assessing readiness for self-directed learning within a non-traditional cohort’ Nursing Education Today, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ned.2014:12.003
  • Turnbull, B Royal, B & Purnell, M 2011, 'Using an interdisciplinary partnership to develop nursing students' information literacy skills: an evaluation', Contemporary Nurse,vol.38, no.1-2, pp.122-129.
  • Turnbull, B 2010, 'Scholarship and mentoring: an essential partnership?' International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol.16, pp. 573-578.
  • Hegarty, M Currow, D Parker, B Turnbull, B Devery, K Canning, D Nash, R Mitchell, G Grbich, C & Yates, P 2010, 'Palliative care in undergraduate curricula: Results of a national scoping study', Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal, vol.12, no. 2, pp.97-109.

Other Publications

Conference Presentations

  • Buergelt, P Turnbull, B & Maypilama, L (2016) Negotiating turbulent waters. Conducting Participatory Action Research with Diverse Consortia Paper presented at the Australian Ethics Network Conference, University of South Australia, November, 2016
  • Turnbull, B (2014) Social Media Paper presented at the Australian Ethics Network Conference, University of Sydney, September 2014
  • Turnbull, B & Luppino, K. (2012) From chaos to calm through a model of clinical governance. Paper presented at the National Conference, Royal College of Nursing Australia, Cairns, May 2012.
  • Turnbull, B.(2012) From the beginning: finding relevance in reflection to develop study skills. Paper presented at the Open, Flexible and Distance Learning, Paper presented at the Distance Education Australia New Zealand Conference (DEANZ), Wellington New Zealand, 11-13 April 2012.
  • Brown, P Turnbull, B & Dimmock, A. (2011)  Challenges and perspectives to learning: Undergraduate nurses confront research. Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning, Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia Conference, (ASOLITE) Sydney , 15-18 February 2011. Turnbull, B & Brown, P. (2010) Health professionals' attitudes toward end of life issues. Paper presented at the 3rd Asian Psychological Association Conference, Darwin, 4-7 July, 2010.
  • Turnbull, B Brown, P & Dimmock, A. (2010) End of life issues. Poster presentation 3rd National Palliative Care Education Conference, Brisbane,11-12 February 2010.
  • Yates, P., Nash, R., Hegarty, M., Currow, D.,  Devery, K., Mitchell, G., Turnbull, B., Rosenwax, L., Grbich, C., Emmett,D.,  Farrington, A. (2009) Implementation of a national interprofessional learning resource – the palliative care curriculum for undergraduates (PCC4U) project. Paper presented at the Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAME) Conference, Launceston,  30 June – 3 July 2009.
  • Yates, P., Nash, R., Hegarty, M., Currow, D.,  Devery, K., Mitchell, G., Turnbull, B., Rosenwax, L., Grbich, C., Emmett,D.,  Farrington, A. (2008) The Palliative Care Curriculum for (PCC4U) Project: A Progress Report on Uptake. Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) Conference, Darwin ,23-26 September 2008.

Contacts

T: 08 8946 7363
E: bev.turnbull@cdu.edu.au
F: 08 8946 6151

School of Health
Building  Blue 5.1.120
Casuarina campus
Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT 0909
Australia