The evaluation of the subject will be carried out through: a) Continuous evaluation (active participation in the forum): 15% of the final mark. b) Examination of theoretical contents: 85% of the final mark. The examination will be carried out by means of a test of 30 questions, with 4 possible answers and only one of them valid. Erroneous answers will subtract 0.25% and, finally, unanswered questions will score 0 points.
The exam will take place between 3 p.m. on 4 December 2019 and 3 p.m. on the following day. In order to pass the subject, students must make a practical stay in a Psychiatric Emergency Department, in the General University Hospital of Elche or in the University Hospital of San Juan, with a duration of 30 hours. The internships may be validated by others of a similar nature (other postgraduate courses, MIR training, etc.). In order to do so, the corresponding application must be submitted, as well as documentation accrediting a stay of at least 30 hours in a Psychiatry Service. The documentation may be sent by e-mail or post to the Secretariat of the Master's Degree in Emergency Medicine, or delivered directly to it. The multiple-choice test will be carried out online.
DATE OF THE EXAM: 4 December 2019. FORUM From 28 to 28 November 2019. RECOVERY: 3 September 2020. It will be an exam or an assignment depending on the subjects. DECEMBER CALL: Subjects: November 11 to 13, 2019. TFM (End of Master's Degree): 14 to 18 October 2019. DATE OF MINUTES 1st SEMESTER: 19 February 2020. 2nd SEMESTER: 8 July 2020 and TFM 16 July 2020 SEPTEMBER: 18 September 2020 and TFM 22 September 2020.