Dr Sallyanne Duncan is a Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Media and Communication, specialising in journalism ethics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. She is also programme director of the MLitt Digital Journalism degree.
She researches media reporting of trauma, death, bereavement, mental health and suicide. Her work focuses on journalistic processes, ethical issues and media representations and she has published several journal articles and book chapters in these areas.
She revised media reporting guidelines for the UK’s National Union of Journalists on Responsible Reporting of Mental Health, Mental Illness and Death by Suicide and gave evidence to the Health, Social Care and Sports Committee at the Welsh Assembly on media reporting of suicide. She has run several workshops for professional organisations on media reporting of trauma, suicide and mental health issues.
She co-authored a book, Reporting Bad News, on the decisions journalists undertake when covering death and presented evidence on media intrusion to the Leveson Inquiry. She is currently writing a book on ethics for journalists.
She is also an editor of the online, peer-reviewed journal, Journalism Education: https://journalism-education.org/
Sallyanne is available to give keynotes, to speak at conferences, symposia, for consultation and to run workshops. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.