Further Reading

Further reading will deepen your knowledge of topics covered in the textbook

Journal Article 23.1: Hall, J. G., Bainbridge, L., Buchan, A. et al. (2006) ‘A meeting of minds: Interdisciplinary research in the health sciences in Canada’, Canadian Medical Association Journal 175(7): 763–71.

Discussion Point: How can universities best support and enhance interdisciplinary health research to benefit science, and to meet the growing needs of industry and government?

Journal Article 23.2: Tobi, H. and Kampen, J. K. (2017) ‘Research design: The methodology for interdisciplinary research framework’, Quality and Quantity 1–17. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11135-017-0513-8.pdf

Discussion Points: How is interdisciplinary research defined? What are the key aspects of research design identified for interdisciplinary research?