Multidisciplinary team

A group of health care and social care professionals who provide different services for patients in a co-ordinated way. Members of the team may vary and will depend on the patient's needs and the condition or disease being treated.

Multidisciplinary team

A team or group consisting of representatives from several different professional backgrounds who all have different areas of expertise. For example, a community mental health team.
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Multidisciplinary team

A group of people with different kinds of training and experience working together, usually on an ongoing basis. Professionals often use the word 'discipline' to mean a 'field of study,' such as medicine, social work, or education
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Multidisciplinary Team

Established between agencies and professionals within the child protection system to discuss cases o
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