team approach

team approach

See Medical team.
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35 mandates the use of the composite team approach in the investigation and prosecution of grave violation of human rights.
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Heart Failure and Palliative Care: A Team Approach, 2nd Edition
This article introduces the structure of a multidisciplinary team approach used to support and guide the multisite, multisector interventions implemented as part of the Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration (CORD) project.
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Thanks to a multi-disciplinary team approach to patient care, the WVU Mountain State Cystic Fibrosis Center is among the top 10 centers of its kind in the country.
Compensation for pyschiatrists climbed 3.86 percent compared with other specialists, possibly reflecting a move toward a team approach to care, which includes a behavioral health component.
A team approach that emphasizes treating fever, blood sugar abnormalities, and swallowing difficulties following a stroke can improve patient outcomes by 15 percent, according to a study published online in The Lancet in October 2011.
This project sought to assess a new model of supervision and support based on a team approach
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