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Integration Elements V

Code 15138
Year 5
Semester A1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(32H)/PL(20H)/TP(6H)
Scientific area CIÊNCIAS MÉDICAS
Entry requirements No pre requisites
Learning outcomes The Curricular Unit Elements of Integration V aims to integrate content and skills developed by the student throughout the 5th year.
At the end of the UC students should be able to:
Integrate the knowledge acquired in the various UC of the 5th year
Apply acquired knowledge to develop reasoning applied to clinical practice.
Reveal relational and technical skills in a simulation context, applicable to Clinical practice.
Reflect on the importance of the activities carried out throughout the year for their training as a future doctor, person and health professional.
Syllabus The syllabus corresponds to the contents of the 5th year UCs

The Clinical Skills Block (LaC) includes the following contents:
Critically ill approach
Management of the patient with acute vertigo
Newborn evaluation
Emergency clinical case
Competences in Otorhinolaryngology
Skills in Orthopedics
Neurological exam
Patient safety
Main Bibliography Harrison principles of internal medicine.
Urgência e emergência/Urgency and Emergency: Manual do Curso de Evidência na Emergência para Médicos. Ed. Reanima
DeGowin. Exame Clinico 6ª Ed. Mc Graw Hill.
Macleod’s Clinical Examination. 10th Ed. Churchill Livingstone
Surós. Semiologia médica y técnica exploratória. 8ª Ed. Masson.
Campbell W. DeJong’s Neurological Examination. 6th Ed. Lippincott.
Bickerstaff’s Neurological examination in clinical practice. 6th Ed. Blackwell Science.
Bickley LS. Bates guide to physical examination. 9th Ed. Lippincott.
Seidel HM. Mosby’s guide to physical examination. 7th Ed. Mosby.
Protocolos do Laboratório de Competências Clínicas
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria At the end of the academic year, an Integrated Clinical Assessment (ACI) is carried out, in which the student must demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired throughout the year, by solving clinical cases with or without a simulated patient. The ACI evaluation criteria are defined at the beginning of each academic year. The capacity for reflection is assessed through a Portfolio filled in on a computer platform throughout the academic year. Evaluation is carried out at the end following the defined criteria. The teaching of technical procedures is carried out in the competence laboratory using "state of the art" protocols and includes communication and patient safety aspects, assessed individually through the use of a checklist. Each competence is assessed, after training according to the criteria before the beginning of the school year.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-01-14

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