Angela is the Deputy Head of Department for Medical Science and Public Health within the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences. She is also the Faculty Lead for Global Engagement. Her expertise lies in multi-sited ethnography and the transient nature of wellbeing, particularly in relation to green spaces and woodland areas. She is interested in health as a social construct set against geo-political landscapes, as well as concepts surrounding material culture. Angela has supervised several PhD and MSc students and currently teaches public health.
Uchendu, I., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Turner-Wilson, A. and Nwakasi, C., 2021. Knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions about cervical cancer, and the uptake of cervical cancer screening in Nigeria: An integrative review. Scientific African, 14.
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2021. The role of finding out in type 2 diabetes management among west-african immigrants living in the UK. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 (11).
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2019. Exploring the experiences of west African immigrants living with type 2 diabetes in the UK. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (19).
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2019. Systematic review of diabetes management among black African immigrants, white and South Asian populations. Journal of Global Health Reports, 3.
Turner-Wilson, A., 2018. Teaching 'Networking with Others': A Reflective Account. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 6 (2), 76-81.
Turner-Wilson, A., Dearborn, S. and Bullen, C., 2021. Avenues of Opportunity: Journeys of Activities through Third Sector Organisations. In: Hean, S., Johnsen, B., Kloetzer, L. and Kajamaa, A., eds. Improving Interagency Collaboration, Innovation and Learning in Criminal Justice Systems. Palgrave Macmillan.
Turner-Wilson, A.L., 2007. The appearance of health. The symbolic construction of the healthy body through urban cemetery evidence from late Iron Age and early Roman Britain. In: Croxford, B., Ray, N., Roth, R. and White, N., eds. TRAC 2006 : proceedings of the sixteenth annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference which took place at the University of Cambridge, 24-25 March 2006. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 103-114.
Turner-Wilson, A. and Crossen-White, H., 2021. Well-being in the urban settings: A Discussion on Forest Bathing (shinrin-yoku) in towns. In: Royal Geographical Society -IBG Annual International Conference 2021 Borders, Borderlands and Bordering 31 August-3 September 2021 Virtual Event.
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2017. Contribution of lifestyle factors in the management of type 2 diabetes among African immigrants in the UK. In: The 10th Conference of the International Society for Health and Human Rights 26-29 September 2017 Novi Sad, Serbia.
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2018. Theoretical explanation for type 2 diabetes management among West-African immigrants living in the UK. In: International conference of global health and epidemiology 20-23 August 2018 Wolverhampton, UK.
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2018. Grounded Theory of diabetes management among West Africans living with diabetes in the UK. In: International conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 25-27 July 2018 Granada, Spain.
Alloh, F., Hemingway, A. and Turner-Wilson, A., 2018. Striving to be healthy: Experience of diabetes management among African immigrants living in the UK. In: Postgraduate Researchers' Conference 20 March 2018 Bournemouth University.
- Interactive digital archive related to health and wellbeing within the Borough of Poole. (BU Fusion Bid, 6 January 2015). Completed
- Young people's experiences of accessing digital online archives. (BU HSS Seedcorn Funding, 1 March 2016). Completed
- Mapping community food programs that support people to access and use locally produced fresh food in Bournemouth and Poole. (BU's Grant Academy Small Grant Scheme, 2 March 2015). Completed
- Perceptions of the public concerning the use and value of nature-based health interventions as a therapeutic option offered by primary care practitioners. (BU FHSS Seedcorn, 1 March 2017). Completed
- Preliminary market consultation to public health Dorset with their development of a procurement for Integrated 0 - 19 public health nursing services (health visiting / school nursing). (Dorset Public Health, 13 September 2018). Completed
- Improving collaborative working between correctional and mental health services. (EU Commission Horizon2020 MCA RISE, 1 February 2017). In Progress
- The object of health: Medical-type items, professional roles, working boundaries and interdisciplinary practices in 20th century healthcare. (BU FHSS Seedcorn, 1 June 2012). Completed
- What factors contribute to a sense of wellbeing for adults who have undertaken guided immersive forest bathing (shinrin yoku) in locations within Dorset, UK. (Pump Priming Award, 12 February 2019). Completed
- Well-being in the communities in the aging era: Playable city and gamification in the urban settings. (The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation UK, London, 1 July 2022). In Progress
- Envisioning of liquid consumption of digitalised arts: Innovation, creativeness, and transformation of museums. (Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS), 1 August 2021). In Progress
Outreach & engagement
- National Institute for Health Research, Reviewer (2017)
- IAFOR, Editorial Board IAFOR Journal of Social Sciences (2017)
- Swansea University, External Examiner for MSc Public Health (2019)
- Brunel University, External Examiner for PhD - Michell Carter (2018)
- SRH University Heidelberg, Germany, International Teaching on Global Public Health (2017)
- University of West London, External Revalidation MSc Public Health-Wellbeing (2015)
Public engagement & outreach activities
- Life by the River - Past and Present - BU Festival of Learning
- Life by the River: A Healthier Future - BU Festival of Learning
- ESRC Festival of Social Science Me and My Green Space - Young People's Perspectives of the Natural Environment
- Preliminary Market Consultation to Public Health Dorset with their development of a procurement for Integrated 0 - 19 Public Health Nursing Services (Health Visiting / School Nursing).
- ESRC Festival of Social Science Using the Natural Environment to Improve Health and Wellbeing
- Preview of an exhibition at Poole Museum attended by the Mayor of Poole, Councillor Lindsay Wilson and Councillor Mohan Lyengar Cabinet Member for Economy, Culture and Learning and Community Engagement. The exhibition was entitled "Her story: Tales of Poole Women Past and Present" and was inspired by International Women's Day and featured two women associated with Bournemouth University.
- Exploring Lifestyle factors among African migrants living with Type 2 Diabetes in the UK. Folashade Alloh, Professor Ann Hemingway and Dr Angela Turner-Wilson