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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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Since 1998, the ALS Associations national network of Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence has provided evidence-based, multidisciplinary ALS care and services.
Results from the randomized phase II CONDOR trial were presented at the 2018 Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Cancers Symposium co-sponsored by the Arlington, Virginia-based radiation oncology society American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), and the American Head and Neck Society, ASTRO said.
Methods: Data was collected prospectively regarding number of multidisciplinary team meetings, number of clinical cases discussed, number of individual imaging studies reviewed, and preparation time of residents, senior registrar and consultants and the delivery time of meeting.
Hamed Farooqi, Director of the Dubai Diabetes Centre, said, "Since the start of this centre in 2009, we have come a long way in ensuring that we provide specialised multidisciplinary services to people with diabetes under one roof.
These professionals included physiotherapist, rehabilitation specialist, nurses, speech and language therapist, psychologist and occupational therapist with minimum two year work experience in multidisciplinary team.
The Multidisciplinary Tumour Board (MDT) meetings, sometimes also referred to as multidisciplinary tumour conferences, or multidisciplinary tumour boards, are conducted to involve clinicians from all concerned specialties to discuss diagnostic and treatment options for patients diagnosed with cancer.
Their primary focus is multidisciplinary design optimization, which has developed during the past three decades from the optimization of structures, possibly in combination with aerodynamics.
Preconception, prenatal, and postpartum management of women with genetic conditions can be complex, but a multidisciplinary approach to patient care can lead to optimal outcomes for both mother and baby," Dr.
In order to achieve these desiderates, the implication of new multidisciplinary therapeutic teams is necessary, which will require, from each member both individual as well as team working skills.
The multidisciplinary clinic that served as the study site provided care and collected data on 887 patients.
However, there is scant literature addressing the feasibility of multidisciplinary stroke care models incorporating cognitive, neurobehavioral, and neuropsychiatric outcomes.
Gynecologic cancers; a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and management.

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