CAS Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) recently organized the 3rd Forum of Interdisciplinary
Research aimed to highlight the research projects conducted by QU faculty and researchers, and to encourage interdisciplinary
collaboration in the field of research.
Introduction to Interdisciplinary
Studies, 2nd Edition
Use of electronic interdisciplinary
plans of care (IPOC) promotes a collaborative team approach to care by defining and managing patient problems and interventions to achieve desired outcomes and generate new knowledge (Furst et al.
Subject Access to Information: An Interdisciplinary
com)-- The New Interdisciplinary
School (NIS), a New York State approved provider of preschool special education, proudly celebrated Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa this holiday season.
International Studies: Interdisciplinary
Approaches (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2011)
Written for use in entry-level interdisciplinary
courses, this text is intended to train students in differentiating between disciplinary and interdisciplinary
approaches to learning and research, following and critiquing interdisciplinary
arguments, understanding the interdisciplinary
process, and assessing the quality of their own interdisciplinary
It is the only interdisciplinary
group of health care practitioners dedicated to these issues.
level scientists to develop the depth and breadth of knowledge and skills to become leaders in their respective fields; it does so by exploring how IGERT grantees are conceptualizing and delivering interdisciplinary
Herubel also provides examples of interdisciplinary
and subdisciplinary studies and their potential effect on the work of academic librarians.
The hospital's interdisciplinary
healthcare team typically includes registered nurses, advanced practice registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, dieticians, clergy, social workers, case managers, clerical staff, and non-licensed, non-clinical staff.
Students noted the tendency of public health programs to overstate their objectives with respect to both interdisciplinary
and multidisciplinary collaboration and knowledge translation and exchange (KTE) opportunities.