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Integrated Clinical Practice II

Code 12414
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(60H)
Scientific area Optometria
Entry requirements None
Mode of delivery Not applicable
Work placements Training Period in Ophthalmology clinic or Optometry practice
Learning outcomes - Complement the registration of patients for clinical skills. - To consolidate the application of ocular evaluation techniques in clinical context. - Analysis, evaluation and resolution of cases in a clinical context, integrating the knowledge and skills acquired. - Acquire concepts and skills necessary for basic life support.
Syllabus A- Basic life support: concepts and acquisition of practical skills. B- Clinical skills: - Perform the appropriate ocular exams for the visual and visual-percetual evaluation of the pediatric patient. - Perform the appropriate ocular exams for the visual evaluation of the geriatric patient. - Perform the appropriate ocular exams for the visual evaluation of the patient with low vision. - Perform the appropriate ocular exams for the pre and postoperative evaluation of a refractive surgery patient. - Conduct the appropriate ocular exams for the pre- and post-adaptation evaluation of contact lenses in specific cases. - Use the appropriate diagnostic eye medications to aid in refraction and ocular examination. - Perform the necessary examinations for structural and functional evaluation of the ocular structures and attachments. - Analysis of information and resolution of cases in clinical context.
Main Bibliography -Benjamin, W.J. (2006) Borish’s Clinical Refraction, 2nd edition, Elsevier – Butterworth Heinemann;
- Elliott D (2007). Clinical Procedures in Primary Eye Care, Butterworth Heinemann Elsevier, 3rd edition.
- Rosenfield M, Logan N (2009). Optometry: Science, Techniques and Clinical Management, Butterworth Heinemann Elsevier;
- Scheiman MM, Wick B (2014). Clinical management of binocular vision: heterophoric, accommodative and eye movement disorders (4th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
-Spalton DJ (2005) Atlas of Clinical Ophtalmology. 3rd Edition. Elsevier Mosby. Philadelphia
- Krachmer, Mannis, Holland. (2005). Cornea 2nd Edition Elsevier Mosby, Philadelphia
-Wilson EM, Saunders R, Rupal T (2008) Pediatric Ophthalmology: Current Thought and A Practical Guide, Springer;
-Rosenbloom, Alfred A. (2006) Rosenbloom and Morgan’s Vision and Aging, Butterworth-Heinemann
-Philips A. J.; Stone, J.; (2007) Contact Lenses. (5th ed.), Butterworths - U.K.
-Efron N. (2010) Contact l
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The assessment is continuous and periodic and is done during tutoring classes.
It includes the following components:
(1) Evaluation of clinical competences (CC). (25%)
(2) Realization of 3 optometry consultation in real context (Cons). (50%))
(3) Elaboration of report of clinical case report (ReltCC). (25%)

CEA = 0.25 (CC) + 0.5 Cons + 0.25 (ReltCC)

- In case of CEA> = 8, the student will be given the opportunity to recover by conducting a real patient consultation, in order to obtain CEA = 9.5 values.

The student is exempted from examination if the final grade is higher than 9.5 (scale from 0 to 20).

CONCESSION OF FREQUENCY

- Regular attendance at tutorial classes (two unexcused absences allowed)
- Acquisition of at least 75% of the foreseen clinical competences
- At least 1 consultation of optometry in real context, with discussion of the case with the tutor.
- Obtaining a minimum of 9.5 in the classification of the component Clinical Practice Tutorial
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-01-17

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