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case study

the study of a single instance of a phenomenon either for its own sake (e.g. a particular person or a strike), or as an exemplar or PARADIGM case of a general phenomenon, perhaps as a test of a general proposition (e.g. de TOCQUEVILLE's study of America, 1835-40).
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Describe clearly the purpose of the case study and provide a brief review of the published literature pertaining to the topic.
This book is an accessible collection of case study scenarios ideal for physiology and pharmacology revision for pharmacy, medical, biomedical science, clinical science and healthcare students.
The case study is available for download at the company's web site.
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can complete the case study when it is convenient to their schedules and can do so at their own pace;
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While most of the individual case study methods presented are not new, this book is among the first to elaborate a comprehensive framework for integrating the methods towards new understanding and knowledge.
In the public health response case study, the authors provide broad recommendations aimed at strengthening the public health infrastructure.
Mill Case Study A paper machine with a gap former had run well at 3300 fpm (1000 meters/min) with few operating problems associated with the paper machine clothing.