2 edition of Records, reports, and illustrative case studies found in the catalog.
Records, reports, and illustrative case studies
Columbia University. Teachers" College. Summer Demonstration School.
|Statement||compiled by Eva Bond, in consultation with Cecile White Flemming and Gertrude P. Driscoll and members of the staff of the Division of Individual Development and Guidance of the Summer Demonstration School.|
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Case study. How a regional bank successfully transferred its data to a new site with the help of TAB. Case study. How to optimize the management and servicing of active loan files. Case study. Partnering with TAB to digitize loan documents and streamline operations. Case study. TAB near-site records center simplifies acquisition process. Case study. Reporting case studies 4/26/Prepared by Pavan Soni (IIM Bangalore) 27 Key elements Targeting case study reports Case study reports as part of the larger multi-method studies Illustrative structures for case study compositions Procedures to be followed in doing a case study report And, in conclusion, speculations on the characteristics of an.
Case study research may feature single cases or multiple cases (e.g., often two to four). Acknowledging multiple realities in qualitative case studies, as is now commonly done, involves discerning the various perspectives of the researcher, the case/participant, and others, which may or may not converge (Yin, ). Case reports describe the clinical circumstances - symptoms, diagnosis, treatments and courses for a single or a group of few patients. Case reports are integral to medical progress in communicating new discoveries, mechanisms, therapy approaches, effects and efficacies, and thus generating new hypotheses for further tests and research.
Case Studies and Examples. Government Email Symposium. CoSA and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) hosted a symposium on government email on September 15 at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC. Case reports serve the function of proposing new hypotheses and sharing clinical observations that can then become the focus of a larger scientific study. Writing a report about a rare disease may be the primary way to publicize it, as small patient numbers would make it unlikely that such a disease would ever be part of a clinical trial or.
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Writing for Study Purposes
There may be a variety of ways of writting a case study. There are approximately four types of wriiting case studies; illustrative (descriptive of events), exploratory (investigative), cumulative (collective information comparisons) and critical (examine.
Description. Illustrative case studies are descriptive studies that depict one or more circumstances of an event to explain the situation.
According to Hayes, Kyer, and Weber (), this type of case study is used to “describe a situation or a phenomenon, Records is happening with it, and why it is happening” (p. 8).Author: Pam Epler.
Chapter 8 exposes several cases of RLS. In case 1 Mr. JB, a year-old man started experiencing symptoms suggestive of RLS about ten years before presentation to the hospital. The patient may also be considered for nerve conduction studies as RLS can occur secondary to a diabetic neuropathy.
Depression may occur in RLS should RLS remain untreated and cause. This is the case with the records of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company covering the years towhich were acquired by the Government and which are obviously valuable for a study of business history, as well as for a study of internal improvements.
A statistical sample is more exact than the representative or illustrative. An illustrative case study will examine an unfamiliar case in order to help others understand it. For example, a case study of a veteran with PTSD can be used to help new therapists better understand what veterans experience.
An exploratory case study is a preliminary project that will be the precursor to a larger study in the future. Types of Case Studies. Under the more generalized category of case study exist several subdivisions, each of which is custom selected for use depending upon the goals and/or objectives of the investigator.
These types of case study include the following: Illustrative Case Studies These are primarily descriptive studies. Publication Charges. Clinical Case Studies and Reports is an Open Access journal and we do not charge the end user when accessing a manuscript or any article.
This allows the scientific community to view, download, distribution of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited, under the term of "Creative Commons.
• A Review and Analysis of "Unsolved" Cases of the Reincarnation Type: I. Introduction and Illustrative Case Reports by Dr. Ian Stevenson, Dr. Emily Williams Cook et al.
(Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research). Brief reports of 7 cases of the reincarnation type in which no deceased person corresponding to the. The organization gained increased awareness about the status of its current records management practices and the steps it needed to take to implement a state-of-the-art program.
Study and materials produced during the project gave the organization the information and products needed to produce an efficient and effective records management program. case study comprised of elements from the definitions provided by Harvard, Colorado State University, Neale et al., and John Gerring that encompasses a wide range of uses: A case study is a form of observational study that focuses on the collection of data from a single case or multiple cases of a phenomenon.
The Case Studies Series provides SAA component groups the opportunity to develop and edit a set of open access works relating to a closely-defined area of archival theory or practice. Case Studies are typically 1, to 5, words in length and serve as examples of archival practice or illustrate issues worthy of broad discussion and debate.
"Case study research is a qualitative approach in which the investigator explores a bounded system (a case) or multiple bounded systems (cases) over time through detailed, in-depth data collection involving multiple sources of information (e.g., observations, interviews, audiovisual material, and documents and reports) and reports a case.
Qualitative research methods are ways of investigating a topic to gain a deeper understanding and generate new theories and ideas. These methods usually examine and. A clinical case report or case study is a means of disseminating new knowledge gained from clinical practice.
Clinical case reports are the first-line evidence in medical literature as they present original observations. This article provides detailed guidance on how to identify, write, and publish a case report. Preface. THE work of editing Volume IV of the Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum entitled Inscriptions of the Kalachuri-Chedi Era was offered to me by the Director General of Archaeol.
Medical Reports & Case Studies discusses the latest research innovations and important developments in this field. +32() [email protected] Submit Manuscript Medical Reports & Case Studies. Definition of case report and clinical study.
In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence.
Since the establishment of the Journal of Medical Case Reports inthe number of journals that publish case reports has increased rapidly, and most of these journals are open access. Open access publishing usually requires authors to pay publication fees while offering the articles online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.
Case studies are used by teachers to see how students can apply received knowledge in daily situations. On the one hand it is useful, but on the other hand coping with this complex assignment is a problem linked to permanent time shortage and study. Not only does this serve as an example but it also provides templates for both kinds of case studies.
Case Study Report in Official Government Format. Details. File Format. PDF; Size: KB. Download. Case studies do not necessarily mean they are only about one person or a small group of people. Mostly, it is about. Robert K Yin is a well known pioneer of the rigorous use of case studies.
His book takes the reader through all the stages from problem definition through design, data collection, analysis, and reporting; with an emphasis on the truly distinguishing features of the case study method.
Single and multiple case studies are considered, and forty illustrative case examples are included -. A case study is a special type of thought leadership content that tells a story.
Case studies are narratives that feature real world situations or uses of products or services to demonstrate their value. A well written case study will follow a customer as they define a problem, determine a solution, implement it, and reap the benefits.Rationale for the Case Study.
The purpose of this case study is to describe the implementation of an individualized psychoeducational intervention with an identified bully and to report the outcomes of the intervention in terms of acceptability, integrity and efficacy.
13 This case study was unique because we used mixed methods (i.e., both qualitative and quantitative methods) .