Deborah Turnbull is an active teacher and researcher and combines these roles with senior administration activities at The University of Adelaide. She chairs the Gender Equity and Diversity Committee and sits on the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health Management Committee, as well as serving on Council of the Kathleen Lumley College. She also chairs the Board of the Hut Community Centre. She teaches across all levels of psychology and is active in supervision of students enrolled in higher degrees by research.
She has wide experience in mental health issues and in 4th Indonesia Research Day, she will discuss on how Indonesia could improve mental health services in order to ensure the completion of a comprehensive mental revolution in the nation.