1 edition of Case studies in health care supervision found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jones and Bartlett Publishers|
|Publishers||Jones and Bartlett Publishers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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These findings highlight the importance of exploring factors that contribute to effective clinical supervision across the allied health professions.
In contrast to experimental designs, which seek to test a specific hypothesis through deliberately manipulating the environment like, for example, in a randomised controlled trial giving a new drug to randomly selected individuals and then comparing outcomes with controls , the case study approach lends itself well to capturing information on more explanatory ' how', 'what' and ' why' questions, such as ' how is the intervention being implemented and received on the ground?
Access is therefore a central consideration; the researcher needs to come to know the case study site s well and to work cooperatively with them.
Following corrections each transcript was assigned a number for further analysis. Princeton: Princeton University Press; 1996. 'We do things together': A case study of 'couplehood' in dementia. Then, using a flow chart to guide us, we identified possible central problems on Floors A and B that seems to contribute to the above identified key facts. The value of the case study approach is well recognised in the fields of business, law and policy, but somewhat less Case studies in health care supervision in health services research.
Do observations and interpretations appear to have been triangulated? Of particular importance is the obligation for the researcher to think through the ethical implications of the study e. These are however not necessarily mutually exclusive categories. This highlighted the need for flexible approaches to allied health clinical supervision that should be reflected in clinical supervision policies and guidelines.
Communication Clarity: Does the proposal read well? The book is also useful as a primary text for continuing education by working health care managers or for self-study. Conclusions The factors identified by allied health professionals that influenced the effectiveness of their clinical supervision were mostly consistent among the professions.
Research has shown however that these minority ethnic populations are likely to be under-represented in research undertaken in the UK; there is comparatively less marginalisation in the US.
Physiotherapists prefer clinical supervision to focus on professional skill development: a qualitative study.
Here, quantitative measures were collected with questionnaires before, and five months after, the start of the intervention which did not yield any statistically significant results.