Welcome to Interdisciplinary
This unique course shows you how the health care team works and your
role in it. You will collaborate with other health related professions to solve
problems, provide services, or develop new understandings.
The course will increase your
understanding of the:
- Unique roles of health
- Knowledge, skills, and
attitudes needed to collaborate and work in teams.
- Shared roles and
responsibilities of health and human service professionals in any team.
- Benefits of interdisciplinary
collaboration to patients or clients, to the practice of a profession, to an
individualís professional growth, and to health care outcomes.
The course is designed to meet
your individual career goals. You select how you will meet the course
requirements by planning where you will focus your energy and choosing the types
of experiences that will further develop your education of the roles of other
professions and the health care team. You can develop your understanding of the
diverse populations you will work with as a professional and acquire a broader
perspective of health care.
To see the listing of
activities available, click on the Activities link. Each activity
description outlines the steps involved and requirements for completion.
New activities will be posted on the website and updated announcements of new
activities will be emailed.
The course is individualized to
meet your specific needs. In addition to the posted activities, you can also
develop your own activity to focus on your interests. You need to have
this activity approved by the INDS Course Coordinator before implementation.
See Activity Submission (Student-Generated Activity) in the activity list.
For more information see the Activity Submission link to your left.
Click here for INDS course syllabus.
For more information, you can
contact INDS Course Coordinator Michelle
Conley at (409)772-3006 or in person in SHP Office 4.230.