- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Cooperative learning: Develop active learning through cooperative working strategies among students and promote shared responsibility to reach group goals.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Project-based learning: Completion of a project to solve a problem, applying acquired learning and promoting abilities related to planning, design, performing activities, and reaching conclusions.
- Written exam: (40% of the total grade) will consist of solving a practical case of Physiotherapy of a neurological patient. Students will receive written information about a patient with neurological condition and will have to answer several questions about the same regarding their alterations, objectives and physiotherapeutic treatment program.
- Practical examination: (40% of the total grade). It will consist of presenting a paper on a case study of a neurological patient. This work can be done in groups of between 2 and 4 people. The presentation will consist of two parts:
1) (20% of total grade) Work in electronic document of word document or similar. The quality and adequacy of the contents, development and presentation of the written work in electronic format will be evaluated.
2) (20% of the total) Audiovisual and oral presentation of the work. Of this percentage, 10% corresponds to the audiovisual presentation (adequacy to the points treated, quality, organization, etc. and the remaining 10% to the quality of the rapporteur's communication, in each case. The oral presentation of the group work will last between 10 and 12 minutes, penalizing groups that exceed that time in their exposition. In the material section of the subject, the students have an assessment sheet of this work in which shows the aspects that will be taken into account when evaluating the work.
The content of this paper will be adjusted to the following sections, relating to a neurological patient case study. Students can search for a person with neurological abnormalities who live in their environment as a clinical case to perform the work or if there is no such possibility, look for some video about a neurological patient on which they can base to do the work. All works must be unpublished. In case of plagiarism the students will have to repeat the work and will be re-evaluated in the next exam call.
Contents of work:
- Case presentation
- Patient report according to the ICF (structure, function, activities and participation)
- Important context factors
- Valuation scales used
- Analysis of the problem
- Treatment objectives (patient and family)
- Proposed intervention (BASED ON EVIDENCE)
- Bibliographic references using Vancouver standards
- Personal reflection (of each of the students) of what he has learned, what he would like to learn in this field and what these practices have meant and the realization of this work for him / her.
- Assessment of practices and participation in class: After each practice, each teacher will record a student's score. The punctuation will be based on different criteria: punctuality, wearing identification and adequate clothing (hospitals for white pajamas and clogs, for tracksuits, short pants and shirts, bathing suit), respect for colleagues, patients and teachers, good use of material , Participation, interest, manual ability, etc. In this section will also value the active participation of the student in the theoretical classes. 10% of the total rating.
- Timely delivery of optional assignments of the subject. Throughout the classes, the students will receive a series of complementary tasks to the subject that can be carried out of optional form. This section will represent 10% of the total grade of the subject