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Combining or involving several academic disciplines or professional specializations in an approach to a topic or problem.
comprehensive, thorough, complete, exhaustive, profound, boundlessView synonyms
- ‘A multidisciplinary health care team is needed to address the patient's holistic needs.’
- ‘The authors of this review favored a multidisciplinary approach in the evaluation of sow housing systems.’
- ‘They suggested creating a multidisciplinary forum for sharing best practices.’
- ‘Customised cataract surgery needs a multidisciplinary approach at several levels.’
- ‘This advice has changed dramatically, with the development of multidisciplinary clinics for lupus in pregnancy.’
- ‘Policies and corrective action to address and prevent verbal abuse must be multidisciplinary.’
- ‘Screening for haemoglobin disorders shows what might be feasible using a multidisciplinary approach in primary care.’
- ‘I would really like to work in that department, since it is not only multidisciplinary but also academic.’
- ‘Good multidisciplinary working depends on good communication within teams and across disciplines.’
- ‘In this study, community multidisciplinary teams and hospital based care over one year were compared.’
- ‘In this approach, multidisciplinary teams deliver medical, psychosocial, and rehabilitative care.’
- ‘As with other chronic conditions, a multidisciplinary approach is essential to manage the ataxias successfully.’
- ‘The best approach is to make use of a team of multidisciplinary professionals who are committed to limb salvage.’
- ‘He and his partners introduced weekly multidisciplinary meetings, an approach that was ahead of its time.’
- ‘The multidisciplinary medical notes become unwieldy and incoherent, and the drug chart runs to many pages.’
- ‘Therefore, a multidisciplinary task force was appointed and charged to rewrite the bylaws.’
- ‘Early lung cancer detection is complex and requires a multidisciplinary approach.’
- ‘However, a shared care, multidisciplinary approach has many advantages.’
- ‘The trials did not provide data on which aspects of the multidisciplinary approach led to improved outcome.’
- ‘Media and communication scholars often take a multidisciplinary approach.’
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