EVALUATION OF THE SUBJECT. GLOBAL ASPECTS OF EVALUATION.
The evaluation consists of several aspects with their percentages of value over the overall grade:
1. THEORETICAL EXAM. 70%; 2. PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 10%; 3. WORK (including targeted work and attendance participation and problem solving and clinical cases raised in the seminars of the subject) 10%; 4. PUBLIC WORK EXHIBITION 10%.
The passing of the subject is achieved with a global average score of 5 out of 10 (50% on 100% of the possible grade) obtained from the sum of the previous components with their corresponding percentage weight. In addition to achieving a minimum of 5 out of 10 in a global grade, it is essential to obtain more than 50% of the possible grade in the theoretical exam (3.5 out of 7) and more than 50% in the practical exam (05 out of 1) as criteria minimum to overcome the subject.
DESCRIPTION OF THE EVALUATION.
This is a subject whose teaching is composed of several didactic methods: masterful aspects presented by the teacher, seminars using problem-based teaching, the accomplishment of academically directed work and laboratory practices. And since there are many pedagogical aspects involved in this process, we incorporate them all into the evaluation process of the student in a methodology that is exposed as follows:
1. THEORETICAL EXAM: EVALUATION OF THEORETICAL CONTENT (70% final grade).
The final exam is done according to the corresponding call, on the date indicated by the schedule of examinations set by the Faculty of Medicine, to explore the theoretical contents of the subject. This test consists of several methods of knowledge exploration: multiple choice questions and other open-ended questions, short open answers, mutilated questions, or a combination of these modalities whose weight and relative composition are detailed in greater detail accuracy at the time of the final exam.
Assessment: Up to 70% of the final mark of the subject (1 point maximum, minimum 3.5 is required to pass the subject)
2. PRACTICAL EXAM: EVALUATION OF THE CONTENTS OF PRACTICES CARRIED OUT IN THE SKILLS WORKSHOP (10% final grade).
The evaluation of the practical contents is based on the examination of practices that will be realized at the end of the practices. The contents of this practical exam are those of the practical activities, that is to say of the practical sessions realized in the laboratory of surgical abilities. The mode of examination will be oral, with a format similar to a mini-Ecoe of several stations, with skill realization and with workstations. For this purpose a specific evaluation day is convened, at the end of the practices the last group of the course.
Assessment: Up to 10% of the final mark of the subject (1 point maximum, minimum 0.5 is required to pass the subject).
3. WORK (includes work and attendance participation and problem solving and clinical cases raised in the seminars of the subject) (10% final grade).
The teaching of this subject includes the realization of several seminars by groups of students, with the presence of a tutor, where questions of problem solving, clinical cases and tutorial works related to the contents and objectives of the subject are presented. As a whole, the completion of these works and the solution of problems both during the course of the seminars, and written and delivered a posteriori, contributes in 10% to the overall grade of the subject and is carried out by the corresponding tutor of each group of students.
4. PUBLIC WORK EXHIBITION (10% final grade).
Students are invited to a public exhibition of their work, with a time allocated to evaluate their skills and competencies in the elaboration, compression, exhibition and discussion of contents before the teacher and the rest of the students present in the corresponding session. The evaluation is done by the tutor tutor in charge of his seminar group, present in the exhibition, and contributes to 10% of the final evaluation.