Writing Case Studies

How to Write a Good Case Study

Every-One offers workshops on writing case studies within the health, social care, and voluntary sectors. 

The workshop aims to provide people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to create short but quality case studies of their work and people’s experiences to support learning.

The value of learning through case studies has been well documented as they provide a form of learning based on real-life scenarios that require a resolution. Case studies are a compelling way to improve learning, gain involvement and encourage immediate use of newly acquired information and skills.

Outcomes of the workshop:

  • To understand the key ingredients to developing a good quality case study
  • To understand best practice for writing case studies
  • Practice skills in developing case studies.

Areas covered include:

  • What is a case study and who is it for?
  • What are the benefits and barriers of case studies?
  • Perception vs reality
  • What are the key features?
  • How to build your case study

The workshop usually lasts half a day; however, this is dependent on content and can be adapted to suit needs.

Sessions are very interactive and encourage participation and open discussion.

Please contact us to discuss costs.

The following resources are available in support of the workshops.

Case Study template – postcard set up.pptx
Case Study template – 1 page version.docx
Case Study template – long version.docx
Case Study Consent Form – template.docx