||Methodology where the subject faces the description of a specific situation that poses a problem that must be understood, valued and solved by a group of people, through a process of discussion. The student is faced with a specific problem (case), which describes a real situation of the professional life, and should be able to analyze a series of facts, referring to a particular field of knowledge or action, to arrive at a reasoned decision through a discussion in small working groups. In this context, the student will acquire the necessary skill to carry out the evaluation of the geriatric patient with the main used instruments.
It allows to acquire the specific competencies referenced in this subject.
||Activities developed in an external context to the University academic environment (companies, institutions, organizations, monuments, etc.) related to the field of study of the subject. These activities focus on the development of capacities related to direct and systematic observation, the collection of information, the development of products (sketches, designs, etc.), etc. This activity will be carried out in small groups in a center of attention to elderly people.
It allows acquiring generic competencies referenced in this subject.
||It will consist of a test-type examination, consisting of 40 questions with four answers each of which only one is correct. Incorrect-answered questions will subtract 0.33 points on the correct ones, not subtracting the unanswered. To overcome the exam the student must obtain a final score of 65% of the total once the points of the missed ones have been subtracted. e.g 30 right, 4 wrong and 6 unanswered. The final score will be 30-4 * 0,33 = 28,68 > 26. Following the table of equivalences the score of the test will be as follows:
Correct 1-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-26 27-30 31-35 36-40
Note 0.2-1.0 1.2-1.9 2.1-2.9 3.1-3.8 4-5 5.4-6.4 6.8-8.2 8.6-10
Thus in the section of 1 to 26 correct answers, each correct answer computes 0.19 points and in the section of 27 to 40 correct answers, each one computes 0.36 points.
Subsequently, the test note is weighted at 65% of the total score for the subject. Therefore, if a 10 in the exam involves a 6.5 in the final evaluation, a 7.2 examination note would imply 4.7 points.