The evaluation of the subject consists of two parts, one theoretical and one practical. The total score is 100 points. The theoretical part will be evaluated by a single written test made at the end of the semester, which scores 60 points and will consist of 50 questions with multiple answers (one point for each correct answer, and a correction factor of 0.25 for each wrong answer) and two short development questions (5 points per question). The practical evaluation, scores 40 points and will be carried out through a practical written exam, which will take place after the theoretical exam, and which will consist of 15 clinical cases, which will score up to 2 points for each case (30 points). The remaining 10 points of the practical evaluation, are obtained from the score obtained in the practices and seminars
o Theoretical evaluation: 60 points
Test exam (50 multiple-choice questions): 50 points
2 short development questions: 10 points
o Practical evaluation: 40 points
Examination of 15 clinical cases (2 points per case): 30 points
Seminars and practices: 10 points
The practices are obligatory.
Students who have completed the practices in previous courses should not necessarily repeat them, but in order to obtain the corresponding qualification they will have to participate in the seminars.