Identifying Data 2019/20
Subject (*) Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Rehabilitation in Children and Adolescents Code 653G01205
Study programme
Grao en Terapia Ocupacional
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 2nd four-month period
Second Obligatory 4.5
Language
Spanish
Teaching method Face-to-face
Prerequisites
Department Ciencias Biomédicas, Medicina e Fisioterapia
Fisioterapia, Medicina e Ciencias Biomédicas
Coordinador
Rodriguez-Villamil Fernandez, Jose Luis
E-mail
jose.luis.rodriguez-villamil@udc.es
Lecturers
Núñez Pérez, Antonio
Rodriguez-Villamil Fernandez, Jose Luis
E-mail
a.nunez@udc.es
jose.luis.rodriguez-villamil@udc.es
Web http://villamil@udc.es
General description Esta materia pretende o desenvolvemento de competencias que permitan
ao alumnado comprender e aplicar os coñecementos relacionados coa pediatría, afeccións sensoriais,psicopatologia, psiquiatría, así como a Rehabilitación do neno e do adolescente.

Descriptores:
Coñecementos médicos, cirúrxicos e psiquiátricos aplicables ao ser humano en todos os momentos do ciclo vital (infancia e adolescencia) que capaciten para avaliar, sintetizar e aplicar tratamentos de Terapia Ocupacional..
Coñecemento do proceso fisiopatológico en todos os momentos do ciclo vital (infancia e adolescencia), identificando os problemas e aspectos clínicos, preventivos e terapéuticos da persoa, tanto na saúde como na enfermidade.
Coñecementos de Psicopatología aplicables ao ser humano en todos os momentos do ciclo vital (infancia e adolescencia) que capaciten para avaliar, sintetizar e aplicar tratamentos de Terapia Ocupacional.
Contingency plan

Study programme competencies
Code Study programme competences
A3 Sintetizar y aplicar el conocimiento relevante de ciencias biológicas, médicas, humanas, psicológicas, sociales, tecnológicas y ocupacionales, junto con las teorías de ocupación y participación.
A6 Trabajar en la sociedad con individuos y grupos para fomentar la promoción de la salud, la prevención, la rehabilitación y el tratamiento.
B2 Resolver problemas de forma efectiva.
B3 Aplicar un pensamiento crítico, lógico y creativo.
B4 Trabajar de forma autónoma con iniciativa.
B5 Trabajar de forma colaborativa.
B6 Comportarse con ética y responsabilidad social como ciudadano y como profesional.
B7 Comunicarse de manera efectiva en un entorno de trabajo.
B8 Capacidad de análisis y de síntesis.
B9 Capacidad de aplicar los conocimientos a la práctica.
B10 Conocimientos básicos de la profesión.
B11 Capacidad para trabajar en un equipo interdisciplinar.
B12 Conocimientos generales básicos sobre el área de estudio.
B13 Resolución de problemas.
B16 Habilidad para trabajar de manera autónoma.
B17 Compromiso ético.
B26 Capacidad para adaptarse a nuevas situaciones.
B28 Toma de decisiones.
B29 Trabajo en equipo.
B31 Apreciación de la diversidad y de la multiculturalidad.
B35 Iniciativa y espíritu emprendedor.
B36 Preocupación por la calidad.
B37 Motivación.
C4 Desarrollarse para el ejercicio de una ciudadanía abierta, culta, crítica, comprometida, democrática y solidaria, capaz de analizar la realidad, diagnosticar problemas, formular e implantar soluciones basadas en el conocimiento y orientadas al bien común.
C7 Asumir como profesional y ciudadano la importancia del aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida.

Learning aims
Learning outcomes Study programme competences
Work the integral attention of the boy and of the teenage with physical disability, psychic and/or sensory from a perspective interdisciplinar. A3
A6
B4
B5
B6
B7
B11
B12
B17
B26
B29
B31
B36
C4
Sintetizar and apply the notable knowledge of Pediatrics, Psiquiatría and Rehabilitation Infanto-Juvenile in the context of the Occupational Therapy. A3
A6
C4
Improve the attitudes and skills of the student of Occupational Therapy like person and like professional purchasing the generic competitions assigned, from the respect of the Human Rights and the care of the half sustainability-environmental. B4
B5
B6
B7
B11
B12
B16
B17
B28
B29
B31
B36
C4
Purchase the basic knowledges of the profession and of the area of study of the Pediatrics, Psiquiatría and Rehabilitation Infanto-Juvenile. A3
A6
B12
C4
Know and apply the notable knowledge of the sensory Rehabilitation with an integral perspective and interdisciplinar in the boy and teenage. A3
A6
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B16
B17
B28
B29
B31
B35
B36
B37
C4
C7
A3
A3
A6

Contents
Topic Sub-topic
Subject 1.- PSICOPEDIATRÍA OF OCCUPATIONAL INTEREST IN THE INFANCY AND ADOLESCENCE.
Prof. Antonio Núñez Pérez.
1.1.- Exploration psicopatológica basic in infancy and adolescence. Diagnostic and Classification of the psychiatric disorders infanto-juvenile. Systems of international classification (CIE-10 and DSM-IV TR). Practical cases
1.2.- Disorders Generalised of the Development: Autism, Syndrome of Asperger and other Disorders of the Autistic spectrum. Practical cases.
1.3.- Disorder by deficit of attention and hiperactividad. Syndromes desadaptativos social. Oposicionismo Childish. Practical cases.
1.4.- Disorders of the Alimentary behaviour: Anorexia and nervous Bulimia, Disorder by atracón and other alimentary disorders. Practical cases.
1.5.- Disorders of the state of spirit of early start. Depression in the infancy and adolescence. Suicide in the adolescence.. Practical cases.
1.6.- Esquizofrenia Of early start and Psicosis incipiente. Preventive programs and of precocious detection. Practical cases
1.7.- Other disorders of interest infanto juvenile, general notions: reactive Disorder of links. Anxiety of separation. Obsessive compulsive disorder in infacia and adolescence. Practical cases.
Subject 2.- PEDIATRICS.
Prof. José Luis Rodríguez Villamil.
2.1.- Pathology pediátrica: general Diagram.
2.2.- Prematuridad.
2.3.- Disorders of the central nervous system:
- childish cerebral Paralysis,
- Traumatic brain injury,
2.4.- Peripheral nervous injuries. Paralysis braquial obstétrica and other pathologies.
2.5.- Neuromuscular illnesses: muscular Dystrophies and others.
1.6.- Chromosomal alterations: Trisomy (Syndrome of Down).
1.7.- Other pathologies causantes of occupational dysfunction in the infancy.

Planning
Methodologies / tests Competencies Ordinary class hours Student’s personal work hours Total hours
Guest lecture / keynote speech A3 B2 B3 B4 B6 B10 B12 B17 B26 B31 B36 B37 80 20 100
Introductory activities A6 B35 C4 C7 1 0 1
Mixed objective/subjective test B8 B9 B13 B16 B29 2 0 2
Case study B5 B7 B11 B28 0.5 7 7.5
 
Personalized attention 2 0 2
 
(*)The information in the planning table is for guidance only and does not take into account the heterogeneity of the students.

Methodologies
Methodologies Description
Guest lecture / keynote speech The masterclass is also known eat "Conference", "Method expositivo" Or "Lesson magistral". This last modality is used to reserve to a special type of lesson given by a professor in special occasions, with a content that supposes an original preparation and based in the almost exclusive use of the word like road of transmission of the information to the audience.

Relation with the specific competitions 3 and 6.


Introductory activities Activities that carry out before initiating any process of education-learning to end to know the competitions, interests and/or motivations that possesses the alumnado for the attainment of the aims that want to reach , linked to a formative program. With her it pretends obtain notable information that allow to articulate the teaching to favour effective and significant learnings, that split of the previous knowledges of the alumnado.

It allows to purchase the generic competitions reviewed in this asignatura.
Mixed objective/subjective test It tests that it integrates questions type of proofs of essay and questions type of objective proofs.
Regarding questions of essay, collects developmental open questions. Besides, in song objective questions, can combine questions of multiple answer, of ordination, of brief answer, of discrimination, to complete and/or of association.
Case study Methodology where the subject confronts in front of the description of a specific situation that arouses a problem that has to be comprised, valued and resolved by a group of people, through a process of discussion. The student situates in front of a concrete problem (case), that describes him a real situation of the professional life, and has to be able to analyse a series of facts, referents to a particular area of the knowledge or of the action, to arrive to a decision reasoned through a process of discussion in small groups of work.

To purchase generic and specific competitions reviewed in this asignatura.

Personalized attention
Methodologies
Case study
Description
The personalised attention will do , as a whole, by means of tutorías personalised direct and virtual, individual and grupales in the works proposed by each professor.

Assessment
Methodologies Competencies Description Qualification
Guest lecture / keynote speech A3 B2 B3 B4 B6 B10 B12 B17 B26 B31 B36 B37 Evaluación in wool modalidad of Prueba mixed. 5
Case study B5 B7 B11 B28 Study of cases or individual similar formulas or grupales/professor on 1 point.
Total: 3 points.


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Mixed objective/subjective test B8 B9 B13 B16 B29 - Final examination:
To. The Prof. Antonio Núñez Pérez will evaluate on 7 points in his part of examination.

B. The Prof. Sergio Santos del Riego will evaluate on 3.5 points in his part of examination.

C. The Prof. José Luis Rodríguez Villamil will evaluate on 3.5 points in his part of examination.

The final note of the examination will be the average of To with B+C, on 7 points, once reviewed the respective qualifications by each professor.
It will need an equal half qualification or greater to 3.5 points to add with the qualifications of the continuous evaluation.
If it was inferior to 3.5 points, the final qualification of the asignatura will be of Suspense/to.
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Assessment comments

QUALIFICATION OF THE ASIGNATURA PEDIATRICS, PSIQUIATRÍA AND REHABILITATION INFANTO-JUVENILE OF THE DEGREE OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY:


PROPOSAL 30%/70%
1.- CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: 30%
On 1 point, work of group out of class of character preferably practical (study of cases, glimpsed, simulations, among others) or another formula, according to specific methodology organised in ?Initial activities? And evaluated at the end of the matter in the terms that expose the Prof. Sergio Santos del Riego. 
On 1 point, evaluation of clinical cases or another formula, according to specific methodology that will organise and will explain the Prof. José Luis Rodríguez Villamil to the start of his classes.
On 1 point, work of group or another formula, according to specific methodology that will organise and will explain the Prof. Antonio Núñez Pérez to the start of his classes.
2.- EXAMINATION: 70%
To. The Prof. Antonio Núñez Pérez will evaluate on 7 points in his part of examination.
B. The Prof. Sergio Santos del Riego will evaluate on 3.5 points in his part of examination.
C. The Prof. José Luis Rodríguez Villamil will evaluate on 3.5 points in his part of examination.
The final note of the examination will be the average of To with B+C, once reviewed the qualifications by each professor. It will need  an equal half qualification or greater to 3.5 points to add with the qualifications of the continuous evaluation. If it was inferior to 3.5 points, the final qualification of the asignatura will be of Suspense/to.
3.- INFORMATION ON THE FINAL QUALIFICATION:
- In relation with the announcement/course, will realise  only a final examination, with the three parts, at the earliest opportunity and another in the second opportunity (Julio) to preserve the equity in the deal with the students.
- At the earliest opportunity, the examination will realise  in next date to the ending of the classes of the asignatura, case to have the approval of the pertinent university collegiate bodies, to effects to guarantee that the students purchase the competitions of this matter prior to the complete teaching of the asignaturas applied of the vital cycle.
- The asignatura comports  and evaluates like an everything: only it will compute the global half qualification of the examination, no the individual qualifications of each professor.
- The responsible professor of the asignatura determines the term of delivery of the revised qualifications of the rest of professors of the asignatura, elaborates and exposes publicly the final qualification in a determinate term for consideration by the students and realises the last matizaciones of quality, context and institutional previously to the introduction of the final qualifications of each student in the computer application in official term.
- The no realisation of some methodology of continuous evaluation by the student will describe  as no presented/to (NP) and repercutirá in the final qualification like NP, of equal form will consider  the no realisation of any of the parts of the examination.
- The student has right to have a numerical qualification in the continuous evaluation, in both opportunities, in the specific conditions that each professor estimate, very especially in the second opportunity of Julio.
- Observations: To help to achieve some sustainable immediate surroundings and fulfil the strategic aim 9 of the I Plan of Half Sustainability-environmental Green Campus FCS, the documentary works that realise  in this asignatura:
to.- Mostly they will request  in virtual format and computer support.
b.- To realise  in paper:
- they will not use  plastic.
- They will realise  impressions to double expensive.
- It will employ  paper recycled.
- It will avoid  the realisation of drafts.


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Basic
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Recommendations
Subjects that it is recommended to have taken before

Subjects that are recommended to be taken simultaneously

Subjects that continue the syllabus

Other comments

1.- To help to achieve some sustainable immediate surroundings and fulfil the strategic objective 9 of the I Plan of Sustainability Half-environmental Green Campus FCS, the works documentalesque realize in this subject:

It.- Mayoritaríamente They will request in virtual format and bear informático.

b.- To realize  in paper:

- No they will use  plastic.
- They Will realize impressions to double expensive.
- It Will employ paper recycled.
- It Will avoid the realization of drafts.

2.- The responsible professor reserves  the possibility to realize any change in evaluation or other aspects that will be notified to the students with the sufficient advance.



(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.