The assessment of the subject is carried out according to the requirements for the subject: Theory: Objective test (60%). Practice: Individual and group Reports and Practical Examination (40%). To pass the subject, at least 5 must be obtained in each of the parties.
Objective exam: Its content will be based on both the subject matter worked in face-to-face classes and on literature recommended in each topic. It consists of a multiple choice test, 5 answers in each question, and only one is correct. It will include between 3-8 questions per topic, up to a maximum of approximately 50 questions.
Individual and group reports (70% of the practical mark). They will include problem-based learning and cooperative learning outcomes, problem-solving exercises, and case study. They will be developed within the face-to-face and inter-sessions.
Practical exam (30% of the practical mark). Practical assumptions will be presented and questions will be answered with short answers, concerning the content worked in the practices.
It is possible uploading notes (up to 10% of the practical grade) by using the virtual practice lab, individually. It includes viewing videos of simulated consultations, completing records, conducting self-assessments, and reporting.
Objective test: Each well-answered question marks 1 point. Incorrect answered questions penalize 0.25. The total score is over 10.
Individual and group reports: the correction criteria will be specified as tasks are assigned,
Practical exam: 1) accuracy, clarity and coherence in the skills or behaviours, explanations or proposals for action suggested, depending on the practical assumption. (2) Specific application to the situations that arise. Answers that are presented in a generic manner, without concrete application or without specific relation to the practical assumption, shall not be considered.