A Case Study presents detailed information about a particular improvement project.
It is good practice at the end of a project to produce a case study to demonstrate the approach that was taken to solving a particular problem and the results or outcome that was achieved. A case study may be in the form of a written document or a video testimonial.
Case Studies can perform a number of functions, including:
- providing learning for others who may need to solve a similar problem
- providing learning for future projects
- providing the basis for a poster presentation
- providing the basis for a journal article.
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This resource is from the NHS Scotland Quality Improvement HUB
On this website you will find quality improvement topics, tools, case studies, news, current awareness bulletins, and access to the evidence base provided via Evidence into Practice and Health Improvement Evidence.
The Quality Improvement Hub website provides a range of resources to support organisations to improve the quality of healthcare. These Quality Improvement topics cover a range of subjects that are relevant to delivering quality improvement.