The definition of multidisciplinary is something that combines several fields of study or academic interests.
An example of a multidisciplinary course of study is when you study math, science, English and history.
of or combining the disciplines of many or several different branches of learning or research
Of, relating to, or making use of several disciplines at once: a multidisciplinary approach to teaching.
(comparative more multidisciplinary, superlative most multidisciplinary)
multi- + discipline + -ary
- Power Yoga brought yoga to the mainstream gym, and it may appeal to you if you are looking to get more physically fit through a multidisciplinary approach combining strength training, flexibility and aerobic activity.
- Many cities have support groups that can be located through the United Cerebral Palsy Association, and most large medical centers have special multidisciplinary clinics for children with developmental disorders.
- In most cases, the child with WS will require multidisciplinary care throughout adult life, with continued medical assessment to diagnose and treat medical complications early.
- As a result, the treatment of tic disorders has changed in the early 2000s in the direction of minimizing the use of medications in favor of a multidisciplinary approach.
- The style of yoga is multidisciplinary, combining a variety of traditional and nontraditional schools of yoga into one high-intensity, cross-training method of yoga.