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Elements of Integration II

Code 15122
Year 2
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 3
Workload PL(20H)/TP(15H)
Scientific area Morphological and Functional Sciences
Entry requirements Not applicable
Learning outcomes To provide students with in-depth and integrated knowledge of the content learned in the various curricular units of the second year of the integrated master's degree in Medicine and provide an approach to its future application.
At the end of the UC the student should be able to:
- Perform the systems semiology learned in the curricular units of the year;
- Communicate appropriately with the person observed according to their cultural level and health condition;
- Adopt safety procedures in the approach to the patient;
- Demonstrate attitudes appropriate to the medical profession;
- Reflect on the importance of the activities undertaken throughout the year for their training as a future doctor and health professional.
Syllabus Venipuncture for blood sampling
ECG performance
Health in the Community - Health Education, Anthropometry, Capillary Blood Glucose and Blood Pressure
Patient Safety
Cardiorespiratory Semiology
Integration between the syllabus of the curricular units taught in the 2nd year.
Main Bibliography Lima-Oliveira, G., Lippi, G., Salvagno, G. L., Picheth, G., & Guidi, G. C. (2015). Laboratory Diagnostics and Quality of Blood Collection. Journal of medical biochemistry, 34(3), 288-294;
Douglas, Graham; Nico, Fiona; Robertson, Colin; MacLeod's Clinical Examination; Elsevier Churchill Livingstone
Manual de Suporte Básico de Vida;
Fichas de atividades do LaC;
Bibliography of the Curricular Units of the remaining Curriculum Units of the 2nd year.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The teaching/learning activities in this curricular unit are based on the construction, in group, of clinical cases that integrate the several subjects covered during the 2nd year, which are presented and discussed in workshop format. The learning of semiology is done through practical activities carried out in a simulation environment in the skills laboratory.
The assessment is made through the presentation and discussion of clinical cases in the form of workshop. An integrated individual assessment (ABI) is also done through questions on clinical cases.
The specific evaluation criteria for the curricular unit are subject to approval by the Course Commission and Pedagogical Council at the beginning of the academic year.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-17

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