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multidisciplinary

adjective Referring to an approach to patient care involving more than one discipline and different health professionals (e.g., doctors, nurses, psychologists and occupational therapists).

mul·ti·dis·ci·plin·ary

(mŭl'tē-dis'i-pli-nar'ē)
Collective; involving health care providers from more than one discipline.
See also: interdisciplinary

multidisciplinary

(mŭl″tī-dĭs′ĭ-plĭ-năr-ē)
Relating to multiple fields of study involved in the care of patients. The term suggests that the various disciplines are working in collaboration, but in a parallel mode of interaction. Each distinctive discipline is accountable and responsible for its tasks and functions regarding patient care.
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