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in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nār'ē),
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]

interdisciplinary

(ĭn″tĕr-dĭ′sĭ-plĭ-năr″ē)
Involving or overlapping of two or more health care professions in a collaborative manner or effort.

in·ter·dis·ci·pli·nar·y

(in'tĕr-dis'i-pli-nar-ē)
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of dentistry, medicine, and science.
[inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]
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The scientists of disciplines working interdisciplinarily on a common research object, who saw their discipline as inherently interdisciplinary (meteorologists, soil scientists), found it easy to cooperate interdisciplinarily.
We additionally identified 'individual policies/fields' (such as education, customs, social policy, consumers, etc.), since these papers address this topic always multi- if not interdisciplinarily. We paid special attention to the list of disciplines, and further topics to classify them so as to avoid double categorization, since we established that most researchers mix them by listing side by side topics and horizontally the disciplines (see Table 1, e.g., Bingham and Bowen, 1994, p.
Science citations and cited documents tend to have links on the subject matter, which represents journals of different disciplines cited interdisciplinarily (Leydesdorff 2004; Narin et al.
These can be read and thought about interdisciplinarily as parables of a sort.
The profession is presented with unprecedented opportunity to affect the future of health care It appears that nursing values upheld for many decades such as patient-centeredness, care for the whole person, and attention to non-medical determinants of health have diffused beyond the profession and are now shared interdisciplinarily
This is a highly selective and idiosyncratic list influenced by my own background as a biopsychologist working interdisciplinarily and integratively in the context of a Christian university.
These criteria should be developed interdisciplinarily across business units/functions, and then summarily distributed back across the same organization for agreement and adherence.
The women had a propensity to shift standpoints and to interdisciplinarily cross borders, much as they would in liminal borderlands, but this way of being presented a challenge.
The field may also grow interdisciplinarily through partnerships in instructional design, neurology (Davidson, 2011; Hardiman, 2003), writing and rhetoric (Hewett et al., 2011), and any discipline where online pedagogy is in frequent use.
The last four essays work interdisciplinarily, pairing performance studies with sound studies, disability studies, diaspora studies, and women's and gender studies.
You need to work interdisciplinarily, but always respecting and accepting that each has a knowledge sphere and that this knowledge should join instead of compete.

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