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General Practice II

Code 15106
Year 4
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 10
Workload E(100H)/S(10H)
Scientific area Community Health
Entry requirements Basic cycle of medicine
Learning outcomes This UC has the following objectives:
- Enable students to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to address normal child development surveillance and the clinical approach to common childhood problems.
- Enable students to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to address low-risk pregnant surveillance and family planning counseling.
- Allow students to acquire the necessary skills to carry out a Consultation in General Practice.
- Allow students to know how to make the Problem Oriented Medical Record, with the appropriate SOAP progressive clinical notes and ICPC classification.
- Allow students to acquire communication skills with the person.
- Allow students to come into contact with the concepts of Ethics in General and Family Medicine, Patient-Centered Clinical Method, Medical Empathy, Training, Nutrition and Physical Activity and Brief Intervention.
Syllabus 1. General and Family Medicine Consultation. 2. Problem-Oriented Medical Record and SOAP Clinical Notes. 3. ICPC classification. 4. Child Health: follow-up and observation/clinical examination of the normal child; infant feeding; food diversification planning; mandatory and optional immunizations for a child. 5. Reproductive health and concepts of family planning, contraception and low-risk pregnancy surveillance. 6. Communication in Health, Ethics, Patient-Centered Clinical Method, Medical Empathy and Empowerment. 7. Nutrition and Physical Activity. 8. Brief Intervention in Smoking.
Main Bibliography Paulo Santos, Luiz Santiago e Alberto Hespanhol (coord). Medicina Geral e Familiar. Coimbra:Almedina, 2020.
McWhinney IR, Freeman T. Manual de Medicina de Família e Comunidade. Princípios básicos. Capítulos 4, 6, 7, 8 e 9.
Gusso G, Lopes JM, Tratado de Medicina de Família e Comunidade. Tomo I. Capítulo 16:136-140.
Nunes JMM. Comunicação em Contexto Clínico. Pág, 41-48 e 95-102.
Jamoulle M. Prevenção quaternária: primeiro não causar dano. Rev Bras Med Fam Comunidade. 2015;10(35):1-3.
Applicable norms of the General Directorate of Health.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Practical, contextualized learning in the clinical environment of a Primary Health Care Unit. Discussion of clinical cases. Assessment Methods and Criteria: Knowledge assessment: Multiple Choice Test (30%); Competence assessment: ACI (15%), Tutor performance assessment (15%); Nutrition and Physical Activity Course (25%); Smoking Course (15%).
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-01-14

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