interdisciplinarity

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interdisciplinarity

(ˌɪntəˌdɪsɪplɪˈnærɪtɪ)
n
(Education) the quality or state of involving more than one discipline
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(4) Findings, based on 80 hours of interviewing and 80 hours of participant observation, revealed that interdisciplinary team members resolved their concern for meeting client service needs using the process of "pluralistic dialoguing".
This unique text speaks to our interdependence in relation to society and environment, how increased access to knowledge will change the interactions of patients and care providers, and the need for greater reliance on interdisciplinary teams to meet societal needs.
Interdisciplinary team development in the middle school: A study of the Delta Project.
In response, many rehabilitation technology centers have been established which employ interdisciplinary teams. It has also created a tremendous opportunity for technology consultants, especially those who are highly specialized (e.g., those who provide computer access to people with visual impairments).
The investment of passion for the residents, commitment to interdisciplinary team members, and clear articulation of vision and expectations from a dedicated leader will help to pave the way for full implementation of the MDS 3.0.
Comparison of the two studies is nonetheless striking for the significant breakdown in delivery of snacks during the second study and its apparent impact on the results: Without the input of the interdisciplinary team in conjunction with a concerted effort to provide snacks with the deliberateness of a medication protocol, follow-through was critically lacking, and residents lost the opportunity for improved nutritional status and potential weight gain.
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) News Release "Interdisciplinary Team Develops Guidelines for Treating Severely Injured Patients", Wednesday, April 19, 2006
the care plan should be the product of coequal teammates' input." In other words, if we take a truly interdisciplinary team approach to assessment and care, there is no "number one"--not the doctor, not the nurse.
More than 60 scientists work together in an interdisciplinary team in Hamburg.
Post-stroke rehabilitation is delivered most effectively and efficiently by an interdisciplinary team comprised of healthcare professionals working together to achieve common, shared goals for a patient's rehabilitation.
When appropriate, treatment will be provided from a continuum of services available from an interdisciplinary team at Kennedy Krieger.
Her role in the Professional Team of the Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology--a mouthful to say, but an important government body--is treasured, since it gave her the experience of working with an interdisciplinary team of talented and dedicated professionals from engineering, statistics, and computational and actuarial sciences, and had impact on the daily life of Floridians.
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