The subject will be evaluated by means of two complementary tests: theory test (80% of the final mark of the subject) and resolution of clinical cases (20%). a) Theoretical exam: consist of proof of 40 questions of type test on the contents of the syllabus of the subject, which must be answered in a maximum time of 60 minutes. Each question will have 4 answer options, only one of them being valid. Each error will be penalized with 0.33 points, they will not score the questions not answered and you will get 1 point per correct answer. (b) Resolution of clinical cases: at the beginning of the course, students will be les delivered a collection of 10 clinical cases, with short answer questions open, to be answered individually as autonomous task to perform outside of the classroom. Each case will be scored on a scale of 0 to 10, averaging all of them in equal measure to obtain the global note in this test. Clinical cases will be delivered to its correction, in file computer (preferably in Word, Open Office or Acrobat format) before June 13, 2019, being sent to the teacher in charge of the subject (firstname.lastname@example.org). To overcome the course, students must obtain a note equal to or greater than 5.0 points in both tests. Where is suspended one of the two tests, the note that had been passed in the call of June will be retained in other calls of the same academic year. Provided that the final mark is equal to or greater than 5.0 points, may be increased by a maximum of 0.50 points through participation in various activities, which will be proposed at the beginning of the subject: application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to the subject and participation in the research developed by the teaching staff.