Revisiting case study as a nursing research design
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Revisiting case study as a nursing research design

Jeanine E Gangeness Assistant professor, Department of Nursing, Bemidji State University, Minnesota, United States
Eleanor Yurkovich Associate professor, College of Nursing, University of North Dakota, United States

Case study research provides nurses with a form of inquiry that is holistic and appropriate for a variety of populations. Jeanine Gangeness and Eleanor Yurkovich discuss components of case study research, including its theoretical base, design methods, multiple data sources and analysis. The information presented is expanded on by using a planned population-based, multiple-case explanatory study

Nurse Researcher. 13, 4, 7-18. doi: 10.7748/nr2006.07.13.4.7.c5986

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