transdisciplinary

trans·dis·cip·li·nar·y

(trans-dis'ip-li-nar-ē)
A unified provision of services as two or more professional disciplines work simultaneously in a single integrated plan of care.
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a professor and advisor at the School of Life Sciences at the Institute of Transdisciplinary Health Sciences & Technology in Bangalore, India.
mapping interventions of ecologic, transdisciplinary and translational nature;
This project addresses vital questions of Jewish and Christian identity, still relevant to the 21st century, and can only be carried out by a transdisciplinary research team including specialists from Latin Philology, Hebrew Studies and History.
And that is where we face a transdisciplinary conundrum.
According to its founder, Julia Buntaine, "With the pursuit of scientific and artistic understanding within the larger paradigm of intellectual unity, SciArt Center will encourage the connectivity and transdisciplinary approaches needed for the 21st century.
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The participants are introduced to quantitative and qualitative methods as well as transdisciplinary issues and topics including history, philosophy and research.
British Literature and Spirituality: Theoretical Approaches and Transdisciplinary Readings
On October 7, 2013, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a workshop summary report, "Establishing Transdisciplinary Professionalism for Improving Health Outcomes.
Species of Spaces: Transdisciplinary Approaches to the Work of Georges Perec, is an international conference at Teesside University on March 28, 2014.
I also provide some history of transdisciplinarity, and introduce readers to "Miss Smith", a composite of five middle school teachers who hold a transdisciplinary orientation.
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