Two studies examined nurses' involvement with the interdisciplinary
APPROACH TO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION.
Subject Access to Information: An Interdisciplinary
Yaphank, NY, December 24, 2014 --(PR.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.
Pami Aalto, Vilho Harle and Sami Moisio (eds.), International Studies: Interdisciplinary
Approaches (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2011)
in June 2011, there are a number of very fine interdisciplinary
reflections on Atlantic studies, postcolonial studies, research, and teaching interdisciplinary
Brackett, BS, Interdisciplinary
Studies; Samantha R.
Founded in 1981, NAP is an interdisciplinary
, non-profit organization, with membership representing ten health care professions willing to serve as distinguished advisors to health care policymakers in Congress and elsewhere.
The current study focuses on the program's goal of educating Ph.D.- 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.