Single Case Study Critical Appraisal

  • The critical appraisal guidelines for single case study research [1] was followed to determine the appropriateness of a single case study. A single case study rather than multiple case studies was . . .
  • Corpus ID: 17202554. Critical Appraisal Guidelines for Single Case Study Research @inproceedings{Atkins2002CriticalAG. title={Critical Appraisal Guidelines for Single Case Study Research}. author={Clare Atkins and Jennifer Sampson}. booktitle={ECIS}. year={2002} }
  • Critical Appraisal Guidelines for Single Case Study Research 103 results can be interpreted accordingly (Greenhalgh. 1997). This ‘principle of suspicion’ as described by Klein and Myers (1999) “requires sensitivity to possible ‘biases’ and systematic “distortions” in …
  • Critical appraisal guidelines provide a rigorous set of criteria. often in the form of a checklist. against which a piece of research can be assessed. Although well established criteria exist for many forms of quantitative research. such as clinical trials and cohort studies. qualitative research is less well served. Through a synthesis of existing best practices in interpretative research . . .
  • Whilst Eckstein’s was an early contribution to refining the case study approach. Yin’s (2009: 47–52) more recent delineation of possible single case designs similarly assigns them roles in the applying. testing. or building of theory. as well as in the study of unique cases[3]. As a subset of the latter. however. Jack Levy (2008) notes that the advantages of idiographic cases are actually . . .
  • Critical appraisal is a formal. unbiased. systematic approach to assessing the quality and relevance of evidence presented in a paper and its applicability to decision making for our patients. It includes evaluation of the appropriateness of the study design for the research question. and a careful assessment of whether the study conforms to specific criteria. related to the study design. It . . .
  • Quality appraisal tools that assess the methodological quality of experimental studies provide a means to identify the most rigorous research suitable for evidence-based decision-making. In single . . .
  • Single-case experimental designs (SCED) are experimental designs aiming at testing the effect of an intervention using a small number of patients (typically one to three). using repeated measurements. sequential (± randomized) introduction of an intervention and method-specific data analysis. including visual analysis and specific statistics.
  • Introduction to the Case Series Critical Appraisal Tool . . . . 1–3 The gamut of case studies is wide. with some studies claiming to be a case series realistically being nothing more than a collection of case reports. with others more akin to cohort studies or even quasi-experimental before and after studies. This has created difficulty in assigning ‘case series’ a position in the hierarchy . . .




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