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Anthony D. Pizzo, Yiran Su, Tobias Scholz, Bradley J. Baker, Juho Hamari, and Leah Ndanga

disciplines ( Xue et al., 2019 ). Given their interdisciplinary nature, esports have attracted much attention from academics across a variety of disciplines ( Pizzo et al., 2022 ). Nevertheless, esports scholarship remains fragmented, missing opportunities to connect with and inform scholarship transcending

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Maureen Connolly and William J. Harvey

the observational, programming, and instructional skill sets of our students who work with participants; and extended our research practices into more flexible, adaptable, interdisciplinary, and authentically embodied designs. These research and pedagogical approaches are prime examples that support

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Devashish Tiwari, Erica Kosienski, Chandra Kumar, Rachel Schechter, Caitlin Sheridan, and Lynette Winshman

-related concussions can vary across states and require different levels of involvement from each member of the multidisciplinary team. Therefore, interdisciplinary coordination across a team of health care professionals is critical in providing continuous monitoring and assessment to maximize safety when returning an

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Stamatis Agiovlasitis, Joonkoo Yun, Jooyeon Jin, Jeffrey A. McCubbin, and Robert W. Motl

health through PA in persons experiencing disability requires the generation of an interdisciplinary knowledge base because several multifaceted and interactive constructs must be concurrently considered. Disability is a contested construct, and researchers and practitioners in different fields may

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Jose A. Cecchini and Alejandro Carriedo

technique that combines PA with different academic concepts ( Beck et al., 2016 ; Kibbe et al., 2011 ; Norris, Shelton, Dunsmuir, Duke-Williams, & Stamatakis, 2015 ). This requires that different curricular areas are connected (i.e., interdisciplinary). Thus, an integrated curriculum might provide a

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John R. Todorovich, Daniel K. Drost, F. Stephen Bridges, and Christopher K. Wirth

Disciplinary isolation has facilitated health education, public health, and physical education professionals to sometimes pursue common goals without the benefit of interdisciplinary collaboration and perspectives. Recognizing the potential benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration efforts to solve complex problems, faculty members at the University of West Florida developed an innovative doctoral program combining the disciplines of physical education, health education, and health promotion. Beginning with the salient common ground of issues related to engagement in physical activity, the program is designed to explore, compare, and contrast best practices in research and practice from each discipline. Benefits include synergistic solutions to common problems, graduates who transcend traditional professional silos to be more impactful, and the creation of innovative research endeavors. Graduates also find that they meet contemporary workforce needs outside of academia and are more marketable as faculty in kinesiology and health-related departments because of their rich, multidisciplinary knowledge base. Challenges to program implementation include prior student socialization from traditional studies in their disciplines and faculty working to move beyond their professional comfort zones to collaboratively mentor students in the program.

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Claire-Marie Roberts

Context This case study presents a reflective account of sport psychology support provided as a component of an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of vocal cord dysfunction in an elite swimmer. As a British Psychological Society (BPS) chartered psychologist and a British Association of

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Carl Turner, Jonathan Rhodes, Darren Crocker, Karol Nedza, and Jon May

to R.L.’s needs if an interdisciplinary team could be formed and ethical clearance granted. The study aimed to investigate if FIT plus exercise improves the QOL in a patient diagnosed with POTS. The project was promptly approved by the University of Plymouth Faculty of Health ethics committee on the