ASSESMENT Assistance during the Rotation is mandatory. The justification of any absence must be included in this portfolio. Evaluation of the portfolio and the degree of competition: Joint evaluation of clinical practice Tutor and tutor of the service: 10% The portfolio assessment: 40% - Tutor of the Service-Responsible of the course assesment: -Activities and tutorials: 40% -Portfolio: 60% 10% Clinical histories (quality) 15% witnessed/activities (Degree of participation) 25% differential diagnosis (history and case report) 10% additional skills Assessment through a joint final exam: 50% To make unique invitation to all Clinical Rotation to late may or early June, with 25 questions by Rotation, with a maximum of 225 questions. The portfolio of the subject must be delivered completed in the Secretary of the Department of Clinical Medicine as rotations are performed and maximum one week prior to the final assesment test joint corresponding. The student must meet with the received. Note: It is recommended the registration of the two rotation at the same time, because that a joint assessment, only will be done if done separately, they have to do 2 assessments. STUDENTS COMMENT ON THE EXCELLENCE OF THE ROTATION MADE (Scale of 1 to 5 score). It is essential that the student strives to identify their professors and reflect the score of the largest possible number of participants in improving their learning; It is very important to not forget any of those who have been its most direct professors. The final comment is free style. This component of the portfolio is, as well as judgements and assessments issued in other forms, useful and represents one of the most valuable sources of information to do calibrate what really happens in an academic unit,. allowing redirect deviations and correct deficiencies in certain educational niche, and correct undesirable trends in the global system of clinical rotations logistics Therefore it is very important that students write commentary, of greater or lesser extent, prosecuting the different aspects of the rotation (include the logistic-organization, reception and received treatment, degree of integration and teaching support, managed learning), making it free and without inhibitions and fears, including aspects both agree and disagree. Opinions and judgments made have the sufficient degree of confidentiality so they never impact negatively on who makes them.
Correction and assessment of the portfolio by the person responsible for the subject.
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.
Applicable to groups 3-A and 3-B of the rotary, since the rest of the groups had time to complete it completely or to perform more than 70% of the scheduled activity.
1. Replace the in-person preparation of clinical histories and portfolio reports with the obligatory viewing of videos related to these topics, which were uploaded to the virtual campus of the subject. To guarantee the viewing of the videos, the students must send the managers of the rotary (professors J. Fernández and A. Picó) a summary of 4 of them, which should not be less than 100 nor more than 200 words.
2. To substitute the differential diagnosis of the portfolio of supposed patients attended, by the differential diagnosis of clinical assumptions chosen from the clinical cases presented by the Rotary students of previous courses, suitably adapted.
3. To substitute the elaboration of a clinical case of a patient attended in person by the elaboration of a presentation of a clinical case on clinical assumptions extracted from the clinical cases of the New England Journal of Medicine. This presentation is recorded on video and sent to the tutors of the hospital center to which they were assigned for evaluation.
4. Conducting an online course of 3 sessions on April 22 and 29 and May 6 at 6:00 p.m. with Professor JM. Ramos that replaces the sessions held during the Rotary of Clinical Medicine I and II. These sessions will be recorded as evidence of it.
The first 3 sections will constitute the corresponding face-to-face portfolios.
Only the part corresponding to the portfolio and the exam is modified from the evaluation of the guide.
1. Students who were able to finish their rotary
to. The scales initially established in the Teaching Guide and that appear in the portfolio documentation apply.
2. Students from groups 3-A and 3-B (who have not been able to do the face-to-face rotary)
to. Attendance to the online course: 30% of the total portfolios (Professor JM Ramos)
b. It will value the video that has been received by the tutors responsible for the hospital center to which they are assigned: 20% of the portfolio score.
c. Evaluation of the differential diagnosis and video viewing by those responsible for the subject (teachers A Picó and J Fernández): 50% of the overall portfolio score,
Exam: There will be a joint examination of the two Rotary Medicine I and II type tests "on line" on the Campus platform, with 50 questions that deal with clinical cases uploaded to the exam repository.
Final considerations for all groups: The final evaluation will consist, as previous years, of the sum of the portfolio evaluation 50% and the note of the joint examination of the Rotating Clinic Medicine I and II, the other 50%.