Knowledge test (exam): 60%
Practical seminars: 25%
Class activities: 15%
THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE TEST: It will be examined at the end of the course activities and will consist of a 45-50 question exam. It is necessary to pass the exam so that the rest of the sections can be assessed.
PRACTICAL SEMINARS: The acquisition of raised skills, aptitude, attitude and student achievement of each of the activities that are developed will be valued. The seminars are mandatory in person. During the development of the seminar an explanation of the contents of the seminar will be carried out and practical skills will be worked through simulation. During the course 3 seminars will be taught: - Comprehensive assessment of the diabetic foot. - Cure of wounds and ulcers. Dressings and off-loading device. - Nail surgery and infiltration.
Attendance at the seminar (mandatory) in a timely manner and showing involvement and participation in it, will score 40% of the grade. At the end of each session, a theoretical and practical evaluation will be carried out to verify the degree of achievement and will be the other 60% of the grade of that seminar
PRESENTIAL ACTIVITIES: performs interactive activities in the classroom (7.5%) and a pre-evaluation test. (7.55)
Consequence of the exceptional situation caused by COVID-19, and given the need to adapt the Spanish university system to non-attendance, the development of teaching activity corresponding to the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year will be subject to the following changes in the teaching guide that are specified as an addendum to the previously approved for the subject.
Theory classes: Teaching is taught live in the bands established for the subject in the official hours of the degree, with the participation of the students. It is preferably done using the Google Meet (Universite) tool. The sessions are complemented by presentations of the theory classes made available to students through the virtual campus. The complementary activities of the theme, if any, will be indicated to complement the training in the didactic unit. In some units it will be done at the end, questions on the Socrative platform.
Practical classes: Laboratory practices have been replaced by equivalent practices that students can do at home and subsequently send the activities and / or work requested by the teachers. The acquisition of the corresponding competences is thus assured.
Tutorials: They will be held, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Also, the corresponding doubts will be resolved through email.
System and evaluation criteria of the subject (Ordinary Call for June):
The final grade will be made up of three sections. To pass the subject, an overall grade of 5 or above must be obtained.
A) Final non-face-to-face exam. Represents 30% of the final grade. There will be a final evaluation test on the theoretical contents of the subject. It will consist of an exam with 30 test questions with five answer options. There is a penalty for wrongly answered questions with a correction factor of 0.2
B) Qualification of practices: After each practical session, an evaluation of them will be carried out. Compulsory attendance. The follow-up of the practical sessions and the delivery of tasks within the established deadline will be evaluated. Represents 30% of the final grade
1. Diabetic foot examination: At the end it will be evaluated by means of a written test. 10% of the grade.
2. Treatment of ulcers and discharges. At the end, it will be evaluated by means of a comparative table of discharges and ulcers in different clinical situations. 10% of the grade.
3. Practice of nail surgery. At the end, an activity about the practice will be requested. 10% of the note delivered within the established deadline of the tasks
C) Portfolio of work (delivery of clinical cases, proposed work, Socrative activities and other continuous assessment tasks). Represents 30% of the final grade.
D) Previous online evaluation and doubts resolution. It will consist of an exam with 30 test questions with five answer options, similar to the final test. Represents 10% of the final grade.
Students who do not complete the practical sessions (compulsory) will have a final exam of the contents of the same. The rest of the sections will be valued in the same way.