Interdisciplinary didactic instruction at academic health centers in the United States: attitudes and barriers.

@article{Gardner2002InterdisciplinaryDI,
  title={Interdisciplinary didactic instruction at academic health centers in the United States: attitudes and barriers.},
  author={Stephanie F. Gardner and Graeme Chamberlin and Diane E Heestand and Cindy D. Stowe},
  journal={Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice},
  year={2002},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={179-90}
}
Interdisciplinary care is a method of providing patient care through a team approach that incorporates the efforts of various health care providers. Studies show that this approach can improve patient care and decrease overall costs to the healthcare system. Despite the evidence for the benefits of interdisciplinary care, there are no well-defined models for training students during their didactic years to become members of an interdisciplinary team. This study utilized an investigator… CONTINUE READING

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