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Case Study Research

Usually based on a real business or social problem, case study analysis requires you to apply your knowledge and experience. Here are some tips and resources to help you navigate the case study analysis assignment.

Finding Health Case Studies

Google Scholar - Use the terms like "case study," "case studies," or "case method." Keep the terms in quotes to force the results to only return that phrase. Combine with terms like "health," "epidemiology," "nutrition," "sport studies," "nursing," etc. See our handout on Using Google Scholar Effectively.

Google Scholar Search

Databases

Links to the databases are below. Here's how to access case studies in the listed databases.

  • CINAHL - In Advanced Search, locate Publication Type and select Case Study.
  • Nursing and Allied Health (Gale OneFile) - In Advanced Search, select Case Study under the 'by document type' dropdown menu.
  • Nursing and Allied Health Database (ProQuest) - In Advanced Search, select Case Study under Document Type.

Journals

The following links take you to a Summon page that allows you to search within the journal.

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