Definitions for "Interdisciplinary"
Focusing on the interrelationships among a range of business disciplines and content areas, and the implications of those interrelationships upon business strategy. Not to be confused with the concept of a multi-disciplinary firm or practice (MDP).
The descriptor for the process of gathering information from a variety of disciplines having unique knowledge of a particular aspect of the child and family, which stresses a highly coordinated effort among the disciplines to complement (rather than duplicate) efforts and to forge information into a cohesive plan for diagnostic conclusions and/or intervention.
A term that refers to a course or program that blends concepts, knowledge, or faculty from several fields of study and disciplines.
This refers to work or care that links across professional boundaries. For example, when doctors and nurses work together to provide care.
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