System and criteria of assessment of the subject: 1.- Theoretical examination (Test questions/PRAC questions with multiple choice): 70% 2.- Evaluation of the practical seminars: 10% 3.- Exposure and conduct of a clinical case after the seminar: 10% 4.- Resolution individualized of 4 clinical cases of clinical practice in Primary Care through 10 test-questions, with reasoning of each answer: 10% System and criteria of assessment of the subject: Test exam (60%). It will be multiple choice with 60 questions and 4 options. Each wrong answer reply counts 0.25. PRAC Questions Exam (10%) with multiple choice will consist of 4 Clinical Cases and 6 test-type questions with multiple response for each clinical case. Each erroneous reply counts 0.25. · Continuous Assessment (30%): Includes mandatory attendance at the practical seminars of the Department of Clinical Medicine. As well as clinical case resolution through test-type questions with reasoned responses (50% assistance and 50% clinical cases). The seminar will be held in the Department of Clinical Medicine and will consist of the teacher's review of clinical scenarios and the Primary Care care model as well as the conduct by students of a clinical case. Students will submit online, within a period that will be notified, the Clinical Case to email@example.com to the attention of Professor V. Gil. It will consist of the following sections: Justification, Description of the case (anamnesis, physical examination, complementary tests) Diagnostic Judgment, Discussion and Conclusions and Bibliography. A Clinical Case Exposure session will be held and evaluated by a court of 3 professors of the subject. The exposure of the clinical case will last a maximum duration of 10 minutes with a maximum of 10 slides. · Individualized resolution of 4 clinical cases through 10 test-type questions of each case with reasoning of each answer. It will be done throughout the course through referring it online to the Department of Clinical Medicine firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of Professor V. Gil, within the subject of Family Medicine. The deadline for the resolution of each case will be specified as an advertisement for the subject. In the extraordinary calls of September and December, the exam will consist of 10 short questions/clinical cases (equivalent to 70% or theoretical examination). Students who have not completed the continuous assessment throughout the academic year will be given the option to take it for the September and December call (30%). If they have made it, the note obtained will be respected. The minimum mark to pass the subject will be a 5 after the test/PRAC test count and the continuous evaluation. The mark of the continuous evaluation is only kept in the academic year.