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triece-about-usWhether it be needing help with SRE policy, training staff, developing curriculum, teaching methods and resources, working in partnership with parents, community engagement or needing one-to-one advice, Dr Triece Turnbull is able to help. Having worked for the Teenage Pregnancy Strategy as the SRE Development Co-ordinator, working as a Consultant to develop SRE policy for local councils, developing SRE packages for learning disabilities, delivering SRE in Pupil Referral Units, working with sexual health steering boards focusing on community engagement I have a wealth of knowledge and experience that I can share with you to ensure your pupils get the right SRE and sexual health information they need.

Parents have a big part to play in supporting schools with the SRE that is delivered. If your school or college is struggling to get parental involvement then fear no more. Take a look at the following publications to guide you and if you still need more help then don’t hesitate to contact Dr Triece Turnbull.

Publications

Published Book

  • Turnbull, T. (2012). Sex and Relationship Education in British Families. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.      Germany:Saarbrucken. USBN : 978-3-8484-0822-1.

Published Journal Articles

  • Turnbull. T., van Schaik. P., and van Wersch, A. (2013). Exploring the role of computers: Communication about sex and relationship education in British families. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16(4): 309-314. doi:10.1089/cyber.2013.1507.
  • Turnbull, T. & Forshaw, M.J. (2012). Sexual health and psychology: where theory meets life. The Psychologist, 25(10), 748-751.
  • Turnbull. T., van Schaik. P., and van Wersch, A. (2012). Communication about sexual matters within the family: Facilitators and barriers. Health Education Journal, 30(2), 40-47
  • Turnbull. T., van Schaik. P., and van Wersch, A. (2012). The role of religion in communication regarding sexual matters within British families. British Psychological Society: North East England Branch, 5(6), 21-29.
  •  Turnbull. T. (2011). Sex education and the importance of health psychology.  British Psychological Society: Health Psychology Update, 20(3), 20-24.
  • Turnbull. T. (2011). Sex and relationship education in British families: How do we move forward?.  Education and Health, 29(2), 35-37.
  • Turnbull, T. (2011b). Sex education: It’s a family affair. Challenges: Durex Network, 2, 7-8.
  • Turnbull. T., van Wersch, A., and van Schaik, P. (2011). A grounded theory approach to Sex and Relationship Education in British families.  Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 12. 41-51.
  • Turnbull. T., van Schaik. P., and van Wersch, A. (2011). Sex and Relationship Education in England: What do Parents and children Want?  British Psychological Society: North east England Branch, 4(5), 11-4.
  • Turnbull. T., van Schaik. P., and van Wersch, A. (2011). Parents as educators of sex and relationship education: the role for effective communication in British families.  Health Education Journal, 70(3), 240-248.
  • Turnbull. T., van Wersch, A., and van Schaik, P. (2010). Evaluation of Sex and Relationship Education in the Family Context using an Interactive CD-ROM: A Grounded Theory Approach. European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care. 15(1), 95-96.
  • Turnbull. T., van Wersch, A., and van Schaik, P. (2010). Adolescents’ preferences regarding sex and relationship education. Health Education Journal, 69(3), 277-286.
  • Turnbull, T., van Wersch, A. and van Schaik, P. (2007). Sex Education in the British Family Context: Grounded Theory Approach. Health Psychology Review, 1(1), 20-21. Also available at www.ehps2007.com.
  • Turnbull, T., van Wersch, A., and van Schaik, P. (2008). Sex education in the family context. Health Education Journal, 67(3), 182-195.
  • Turnbull, T., van Wersch, A., and van Schaik, P. (2008). Psychological Exploration of Sex and Relationship Education in the Family Context using the Grounded Theory Approach. Review to Sense CDs/National Children’s Bureau concerning an interactive CD-ROM entitled ‘Sense, Sex and Relationships. Available at www.sensecds.com.
  • Turnbull, P., van Wersch, A., and Papastefanou, S.L. (2005). Living with Scoliosis: A Test Case Report. Cleveland Medical Journal, 6, 36-39.
  • Van Schaik, P., Turnbull, T., and van Wersch, A. (2004). Presence within a Mixed Reality Environment. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7(5), 743-791.