5 edition of Case method series found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Harvard Business School]|
|Publishers||[Harvard Business School]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|2||Harvard Business Review reprint series -- no. 21051|
|3||No. 2012 [spine]|
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Khoury MJ, Flanders WD August 1996. Well-written and appropriately structured case reports with meticulous attention to the very minute details will contribute to the medical literature and can still enrich our knowledge in today's evidence-based medical world.
Clinical case series: Usually a coherent and consecutive set of cases of a Case method series recruited from one or more center by one or more researcher.researchand therefore submission is required to the IRB. Until then, this disease had been seen almost exclusively in immunosuppressed e.
Valid conclusions basically repeat the descriptive study findings e. our patients treated by treatment X showed good outcome Y after Z months of follow-up . This article will provide principles for the design, analysis, and reporting of case series, illustrated by examples from the orthopaedic surgical literature.
For case reports or case series containing more than three patients, the HIPAA authorization should be part of the consent form that is reviewed by the IRB. There are five key steps in the SCM method Brinkerhoff, 2003, p. This reads like a case study that could have been enriched by including other types of data gathered from others engaging with this team to broaden the understanding of the collaboration.
It should list the study population, the intervention and the primary outcome .
This article aims to provide guidance on the novice author for writing case reports.
Definition The Dictionary of Epidemiology defined a case series as — a collection of patients with common characteristics used to describe some clinical, pathophysiological or operational aspects of a disease, treatment or diagnostic procedures .
Analysis: As the design of a case series is descriptive, only descriptive statistics should be used.