Archive for November, 2011

How To Write a Case Study Analysis

How To Write a Case Study Analysis

You have to prepare a case study analysis but you are running out of time and do not know how to organize it? Then follow the guidelines which will provide you with case study analysis help.

How to Write a Good Case Study Analysis:

  1. Case study analysis writing begin with investigation. Learn as much as possible about the case. You should reread it several times to understand what you will be writing about. Look through the questions and tasks which you have to work out in your future analysis. While studying the case, take notes not to miss anything.
  2. You are free to ask your instructor for help.Get to know what is required from your work, after that it will be useful to ask other people’s opinion on the case. For example your friends, parents may have good ideas which can be used in your case study analysis. Now study the case again and mark the passages which will help you to answer the questions.
  3. Now it is high time to researching the companies past and learning about the circumstances preceding the case. It will help you to draw adequate conclusions. Define the advantages and disadvantages of the situation described in you case study analysis, because there are always positive and negative sides of the case.
  4. Analyze what measures have been taken by the company when they faced the situation. What decisions were good and what were a failure. Think over what you would do if you were in the company’s shoes. Write your suggestions and recommendations. Imagine that you are the manager of the given company and share with the reader about what should be done and what not. Try to practise your manage skills and introduce a wise solution of the problem.
  5. Write your ideas about the case. make sure that you are able to answer all the given questions. Having studied the case properly, stat looking for additional information. Look through all possible sources: the Internet, books, newspaper articles, video interviews to cover the topic fully. Read more…

Case Study on Stroke Patient

Case Study on Stroke Patient

Time and date of arrival: April 5th, 2011 @ 10:24am
Place of arrival: ER
Name: Tyrone Williams
Age: 66
Gender: Male
Race: African American

Symptoms and complaints reported: Abrupt loss of vision and difficulty speaking. Reported sudden loss of strength and coordination (mostly in left side) accompanied by loss of balance.

Medical History: Has history of high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Sedentary lifestyle. Heavy smoker. Absence of all other major illnesses noted.

Family History: No siblings. Father is a heavy smoker and has had two strokes in the past three years. Mother suffers from obesity. Grandparents died of old age and not of a major illness. No other major illness noted.

Social History: No heavy drinking. Smokes 2-3 packs of light cigarettes daily. Sedentary lifestyle. Lives in apartment alone. Works full time as sales executive for Sears Department Store. Read more…