Analyzes the various implications of using integrated interdisciplinary learning in health care and social work at the undergraduate and graduate levels. After an extensive review of the literature and a detailed description of the research design of the study, instruments, and measurement techniques, chapters on results of the study and interpretation discuss operational strategies required to implement integrated interdisciplinary learning among students in fields including dentistry, medicine and nursing, physical therapy, social work, and speech therapy. Includes a glossary. Distributed by Ashgate. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.