Content and Meaning of case Management Practice Success Experience of Regional Society Civil Case manager

지역사회 민간사례관리자의 실천 성공 경험의 내용과 의미

  • Received : 2017.06.23
  • Accepted : 2017.08.20
  • Published : 2017.08.28


Background/Objectives: The purpose of the study is to derive a goal usable in the field by exploring the case management success experiences of case managers. Civil case managers state that what is still important in case management practice is qualitative change made in the practice process. Therefore, the study will deal with detailed contents about case management that civil domain case managers consider to be important. Methods/Statistical analysis: For data collection, the study used focus group interview on 20 professional case management social workers and used Grounded theory method by Glaser for data analysis. The analysis of collected data consisted of a process of finding the categories and characteristics of the research problem. Findings: As a result of analysis, 4 categories, 10 subcategories, and 25 elements were derived for success experiences of case management practice. The categories were divided into satisfaction and ability improvement of client, case manager ability improvement, establishment of organization and environment function, and multilateral trust relationship strengthening. Improvements/Applications: The results of this study further clarified the goal of field case management practice and it was suggested as a plan to reflect on future case management related institutions evaluation.


Case management success;Trust relationship between case management subjects;Development of case management subjects;Grounded theory method;Focus group interview


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