This subject is taught in the second year of the degree in physiotherapy.
Contact with the "clinical reality" is essential for learning and integration of theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in the training that takes place on the campus of the University, as well as for the development of a profile of competent professional that meets the ethical and technical requirements demanded by today's society.
From UE, we are committed to an education based on competencies that enhance the responsibility of the student making him participate actively in their learning process, and in which the student is qualified to develop their own proposals of therapeutic measures, previous identification of the problems that the patient is from the perspective of the bio-psycho-social model (CIF) proposed by the W.H.O.
Face to face
§ Decision making.
§ Ethical commitment.
§ Skills in interpersonal relationships.
§ Work in a team of interdisciplinary nature.
§ Recognition of diversity and multiculturalism.
§ Adaptation to new situations
§ Ability to design the intervention Plan or physiotherapy treatment.
§ Ability to develop and complete the clinical history of physiotherapy.
§ Ability to evaluate the evolution of the results.
§ Integration of the theoretical practical skills by applying them to specific clinical cases.
§ Provide effective and comprehensive care.
§ Appreciate the difficulty and the importance of clinical practice.
Clinical practice-hospital, MRSA, are carried out in primary and community care, community health centers and other professional areas; making the integration of the acquired knowledge and applying them, on the one hand, clinical cases by establishing and implementing actions and necessary physiotherapy treatments, and, on the other hand, the interventions for the prevention of disease and promotion of health.
§ Clinical practices
§ Autonomous study
§ Evaluation of practical knowledge. 70 %
§ Portfolio. 30 %
This subject is taught in Spanish.
§ Learning based on practice (clinical practice)
§ Learning oriented projects (clinical history of physical therapy)
§ Learning problems (reflective academic journal)
§ Cooperative learning.