I have seen such patterns several times but don't know what the pattern is. For instance this title: Autonomy-Supportive Teaching: What It Is, How to Do It and this also this one: Health-Aware Model-Predictive Control of a Cooperative AGV-Based Production System. They don't only appear in titles. For example in Heidi Grant Halvorson's book Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals "autonomy-supportive" occur 12 times. I would like to quote one of those as follows:
Students perceive their teachers to be autonomy-supportive when those teachers focus on the students' needs,...
And I find more words elsewhere:
Such compound words are intuitive. "Health aware" means being aware of health and "autonomy supportive" connotes being supportive regarding to autonomy.
What are the restrictions, if any? Can I combine words, by the same token, like "health supportive" and "autonomy aware" and "welfare supportive" and "crime aware" and etc?