Christine Bigby bridges between several scientific fields such as Mandate and Front line in his study of Law. Her Law research extends to Mandate, which is thematically connected. Christine Bigby links relevant research areas such as Inclusion (mineral), Qualitative research and Social engagement in the realm of Social science. Inclusion (mineral) is often connected to Social psychology in her work. She frequently studies issues relating to Social support and Social psychology. In her research, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Qualitative research and Social science. There are a combination of areas like Quality of life (healthcare) and Social isolation integrated together with her Loneliness study. Quality of life (healthcare) and Loneliness are two areas of study in which Christine Bigby engages in interdisciplinary work. Her Psychotherapist research overlaps with other disciplines such as Applied psychology and Coaching.
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Ageing with a Lifelong Disability: A Guide to Practice, Program and Policy Issues for Human Services Professionals
Conceptualizing Inclusive Research with People with Intellectual Disability
Christine Bigby;Patsie Frawley;Paul Ramcharan.
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (2014)
Known well by no‐one: Trends in the informal social networks of middle‐aged and older people with intellectual disability five years after moving to the community
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability (2008)
Breaking out of a distinct social space: reflections on supporting community participation for people with severe and profound intellectual disability
Timothy Frederick. Clement;Christine. Bigby.
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (2009)
A systematic review of hospital experiences of people with intellectual disability
Teresa. Iacono;Christine. Bigby;Carolyn A. Unsworth;Jacinta. Douglas.
BMC Health Services Research (2014)
Supported Decision Making: Understanding How its Conceptual Link to Legal Capacity is Influencing the Development of Practice
Michelle Browning;Christine Bigby;Jacinta Douglas.
Research and practice in intellectual and developmental disabilities (2014)
'It's pretty hard with our ones, they can't talk, the more able bodied can participate' : staff attitudes about the applicability of disability policies to people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities
Christine. Bigby;Timothy Frederick. Clement;Jim. Mansell;Julie. Beadle-Brown.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (2009)
Group Homes for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Encouraging Inclusion and Participation
Timothy. Clement;Christine. Bigby.
Reflections on doing inclusive research in the “Making Life Good in the Community” study
Christine Bigby;Patsie Frawley.
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability (2010)
Parental Substitutes: The Role of Siblings in the Lives of Older People with Intellectual Disability
Journal of Gerontological Social Work (1998)
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