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Conjunctivitis is a common infection among nursing home residents. The nursing home environment itself may expose residents to an increased risk of infection. Two major sources of infection are the hands of residents and nursing staff, and washing and bathing equipment. Clear guidelines on the prevention of cross-infection are needed in nursing homes.
Systematic case study designs are emerging as alternative paradigm strategies for psychotherapy and social science research. Through enhanced sensitivity to context, these designs examine idiographic profiles of causal processes. We specifically advocate the use of the hermeneutic single-case efficacy design (HSCED). HSCED has recently been used to(More)
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