Focusing on the interrelationships among a range of business disciplines and content areas, and the implications of those interrelationships upon business strategy. Not to be confused with the concept of a multi-disciplinary firm or practice (MDP).
The descriptor for the process of gathering information from a variety of disciplines having unique knowledge of a particular aspect of the child and family, which stresses a highly coordinated effort among the disciplines to complement (rather than duplicate) efforts and to forge information into a cohesive plan for diagnostic conclusions and/or intervention.
A term that refers to a course or program that blends concepts, knowledge, or faculty from several fields of study and disciplines.
drawing from or characterized by participation of two or more fields of study; "interdisciplinary studies"; "an interdisciplinary conference"