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Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark; Brigham, Lindsay; Jones, Sylvia and Smith, Ann (2014). Students at the academic workplace boundary: tourists and sojourners in practice-based education. In: Wenger-Traynor, Etienne; Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark; Hutchinson, Steve; Kubiak, Christopher and Wenger-Traynor, Beverley eds. Learning in Landscapes of Practice: Boundaries, Identity, and Knowledgeability in Practice-Based Learning. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 43–63.

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Brigham, Lindsay; Maxwell, Claire and Smith, Ann (2012). Leading in practice: a case study of how health visitors share and develop good practice. Community Practitioner, 85(5) pp. 24–28.

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Maxwell, Claire; Brigham, Lindsay; Logan, Jennifer and Smith, Ann (2011). Challenges facing newly qualified community nurses: a qualitative study. British Journal of Community Nursing, 16(9) pp. 428–434.

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Brigham, Lindsay (2005). Daughter Ann. In: Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John eds. Witnesses to Change: Families, Learning Difficulties and History. Kidderminster: BILD Publications, pp. 33–124.

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Brigham, Lindsay (2000). Understanding segregation from the nineteenth to the twentieth century: redrawing boundaries and the problem of 'pollution'. In: Brigham, Lindsay; Atkinson, Dorothy; Jackson, Mark; Rolph, Sheena and Walmsley, Jan eds. Crossing Boundaries:change and continuity in the history of learning disability. Kidderminster: BILD Publications, pp. 27–42.

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Brigham, Lindsay (1999). Women speaking: personal experience in perspective. In: Swain, John and French, Sally eds. Therapy and Learning Difficulties: Advocacy, Participation and Partnership. Oxford: Butterworth-Heineman, pp. 90–102.

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Brigham, Lindsay (1998). Representing the lives of women with learning difficulties: ethical dilemmas in the research process. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 26(4) pp. 146–150.


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