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Case Study: A Good Choice for Nursing and Midwifery Research

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posted on 15.01.2021, 04:35 by Helena Harrison, Jane Mills
Case study is a qualitative research approach useful for exploring, explaining and describing complex issues in their real life, natural context. As healthcare changes with advances in technology, treatments and demand, nursing practice has become increasingly complex. Contemporary use of case study in nursing and midwifery research has demonstrated its applicability as a unique and powerful approach to explore and understand these complexities. For some researchers however, the variation in case study approaches can be confusing. Drawing on the ideas of two leading case study methodologists, Yin and Stake we present some of the fundamental steps that can enable a robust yet flexible research design

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Publication Date

01/07/2016

Journal

PACIFIC RIM INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING RESEARCH

Volume

20

Issue

3

Pagination

4p. (p. 179-182)

Publisher

THAILAND NURSING & MIDWIFERY COUNCIL

ISSN

1906-8107

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