Knowledge and skills for clinical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of the following infectious diseases acquired in the community, both systemic and organ specific.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Demonstrate systematic competence in the field of infectious diseases and mastery of research methods and skills related to infectious diseases.
- Be able to critically analyze, evaluate, and synthesize new and complex ideas in infectious diseases and international health.
- Know how to communicate with peers, the academic community as a whole, and society in general about infectious diseases and international health.
- Capability of promoting, within academic and professional contexts, technological, social, or cultural advancement in the field of infectious diseases and international health within a knowledge-based society.
- Demonstrate the ability to clinically use antibiotics (antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antiviral) in order to design, plan, and implement programs for their management in different healthcare environments.
- Understand the accuracy of the primary diagnostic tests used in infectious diseases and international health, including microbiological, biochemical, and radiological analysis, and their conditions of use.
- Demonstrate competence in the field of clinical infectious diseases and mastery of healthcare methods and skills related to community-acquired infections, and acquire basic skills to begin research tasks
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SYSTEMIC COMMUNITY INFECTIONS AND ORGANIC SPECIFIC (I): 1) Learn about epidemiology, microbial etiology and pathogenic mechanisms of community infections. (2) Know the clinical characteristics and current strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of community infections. (3) Learn to guide the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the main community infections.
- CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SYSTEMIC COMMUNITY INFECTIONS AND ORGANIC SPECIFIC (II): 1. Know epidemiology, microbial etiology and pathogenic mechanisms of community infections. 2. Know the clinical characteristics and current strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of community infections. 3 Learn to guide the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the main community infections.
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Methodology and grading
- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
- It will be done a face to face, written, type test exam, with multiple choice (five options and a one correct answer) that will consist of 25 questions covering the specific contents of the subject.
The rating system will be over 100:
-Type test exam mark: 50%
-Attendance at face-to-face activities: 20%
-Tasks/attendance in the Forum of the subject: 30%