Competences (Physiotherapy Degree)
G. Transversal Competences - White Book of Physiotherapy (ANECA):
G.1.1. Decision making.
G.1.2. Problem resolution.
G.1.3. Organizational and planning skills.
G.1.4. Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
G.1.5. Oral and written communication in the native language.
G.1.6. Ability to manage information.
G.1.7. Computer skills related to the field of study.
G.1.8. Knowledge of a foreign language.
G.2.1. Ethical commitment.
G.2.3 Skills in interpersonal relationships.
G.2.4. I work in an interdisciplinary team.
G.2.5. Critical thinking.
G.2.6. I work in an international context.
G.2.7. Recognition of diversity and multiculturalism.
G.3.1. Motivation for quality.
G.3.2. Adaptation to new situations.
G.3.4. Autonomous Learning.
G.3.4. Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.
G.3.6. Knowledge of other cultures and customs. G.3.6.1. Promote and guarantee respect for Human Rights and the principles of universal accessibility, equality, non-discrimination and democratic values and the culture of peace.
G.3.7..Sensitivity towards environmental issues.
E. Specific Competences - Physiotherapy White Book (ANECA):
E.1. OF DISCIPLINARY KNOWLEDGE:
E.1.2. Biological Sciences.
E.1.2.1. The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in knowing how to consistently use the knowledge acquired about the structure and function of the different organs, apparatus and systems of the human body, especially those related to the functional structure of the locomotor system, nervous system and system cardiorespiratory.
E.1.2.2. The physiological and structural changes that can occur as a result of the application of physiotherapy.
E.1.2.3. The factors that influence human growth and development throughout life.
E.1.3. Physical sciences.
E.1.3. 1. The principles and theories of physics, biomechanics, kinesiology and ergonomics, applicable to physiotherapy.
E.1.3. 2. The physical bases of the different physical agents and their applications in Physiotherapy.
E.1.3. 3. The principles and applications of measurement procedures based on biomechanics and electrophysiology.
E.1.3.4. The application of ergonomic and anthropometric principles.
E.1.4. Behavioral sciences.
E.1.4.1. The psychological and social factors that influence the health / illness status of the individual, family and community.
E.1.4.2. The theories of communication and interpersonal skills.
E.1.4.3. The theories of learning to be applied in health education and in their own learning process throughout life.
E.1.4.4. The factors involved in teamwork and leadership situations.
E.1.5. Clinical sciences.
E.1.5.1. The general aspects of the pathology of endogenous and exogenous etiology related to the physiotherapy of all the devices and systems with their medical, surgical, physiotherapeutic and orthopedic treatments.
E.1.5.2. The structural, physiological, functional and behavioral changes that occur as a result of the intervention of Physiotherapy.
E.1.5.3. The theoretical bases of Physiotherapy as a science and profession. The models of action in Physiotherapy. The theoretical bases of evaluations, tests and functional checks: knowledge of their modalities and techniques as well as the scientific evaluation of their usefulness and effectiveness. Physiotherapy diagnosis. Research methodology applied to Physiotherapy.
E.1.5.4. General physiotherapeutic procedures: Kinesitherapy, Massage and Massage, Electrotherapy, Magnetotherapy, Ergotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Balneotherapy, Climatotherapy, Thalassotherapy; Thermotherapy, Cryotherapy, Vibrotherapy, Phototherapy, Pressotherapy, and those derived from other physical agents.
E.1.5.5. Physiotherapeutic Procedures based on specific Methods and Techniques of physiotherapeutic actions to be applied in the different pathologies of all devices and systems, and in all specialties of medicine and Surgery, as well as in the promotion and conservation of health, and in prevention of the illness . Such methods are referred, among others: to neurological processes; the locomotor system (manual therapies, joint manipulative therapies, osteopathy and chiropractic); of the respiratory system; of the cardiocirculatory system; alterations of statics and dynamics; to specific orthopedic methods; and to reflex, alternative or complementary therapeutic techniques related to the field of competence of Physiotherapy.
E.1.5.6. Research and evaluation methodologies that allow the integration of theoretical perspectives and research experiences in the design and implementation of an effective physiotherapy.
E.1.5.7. Theories that support the ability to solve problems and clinical reasoning.
E.1.6. Administrative and organizational context of professional practice.
E.1.6.1. Health administration and management processes, especially physiotherapy services, in the diverse and changing context in which it operates.
E.1.6. 2. The implications of the organizational provisions and work models.
E.1.6.3. The criteria and indicators that guarantee quality in the provision of the physiotherapy service, through the use of good clinical practice guidelines and professional standards.
E.1.7. Socio-political context of Health Care.
E.1.7.1. The fundamental concepts of health, health systems and levels of care. Epidemiology. Physiotherapy in the health-disease process.
E.1.7.2. The impact of social health policies on professional practice.
E.1.7.3. Factors that intervene in the problems of social inequality and in the health needs of different social groups.
E.1.8. Ethical-deontological dimension.
E.1.8.1. The ethical, legal and professional conditions that make up the practice of Physiotherapy.
E.1.8.2. The deontological codes of the profession.
E.1.8.3. The legal regulations of the professional field.
E.1.9. OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES:
E.1.9.1. Systematically prepare and fill in the complete Physiotherapy Medical Record, where all the steps followed from the reception of the patient / user to the report upon discharge from Physiotherapy are properly and efficiently recorded.
E.1.9.2..Assess the functional state of the patient / user, considering the physical, psychological and social aspects, for which it will have to: a) receive the patient, collect and assess the subjective data expressed by the user and / or significant people in your environment; b) apply the appropriate evaluation procedures in Physiotherapy, which includes executing electrical and manual tests aimed at determining the degree of affectation of innervation and muscle strength, tests to determine functional capacities, range of joint movement and measures of vital capacity; c) identify the data and describe the actual and potential alterations, functional limitations and disabilities found; d) systematically record the significant data of the information collected and express them correctly in the Physiotherapy Medical Record.
E.1.9.3. Determine the Physiotherapy Diagnosis according to internationally recognized standards and international validation instruments. This competence includes prioritizing the needs of the patient / user to give priority to those that most compromise the recovery process.
E.1.9.4. Design the Physiotherapy Intervention Plan. Prepare a specific Physiotherapy Intervention Plan using problem-solving skills and clinical reasoning: in line with available resources; formulating the intervention objectives with the user and, where appropriate, with the significant others in her environment, gathering her expectations regarding care; selecting the most appropriate protocols or procedures for the planned care, attending to criteria of adequacy, validity and efficiency.
E.1.9.5. Execute, direct and coordinate the Physiotherapy Intervention Plan, attending to the principle of the individuality of the user and using the therapeutic tools of Physiotherapy, that is, the set of methods, procedures, actions and techniques that through the application of the physical means: heal, recover, enable, rehabilitate, adapt and readapt people with disabilities, functional limitations, disabilities and handicaps; they prevent disease and promote health for people who want to maintain an optimal level of health. This implies: Establishing and applying the physical therapeutic means in the treatments that are provided to the users of all the specialties of medicine and surgery where the application of the mentioned means is necessary. Design and apply therapeutic exercises, with special methods, for cardiorespiratory, orthopedic, traumatological, pediatric, rheumatological, geriatric, neurological, pneumological, sports diseases and injuries, as well as for spinal disorders, urinary and fecal incontinence and maternal exercises pre and postpartum. Design and apply the procedures of kinesitherapy, mobilization, manipulation, massage therapy, manual therapy, osteopathy, chiropractic and other manual techniques. Design and apply the different modalities of electrotherapy, thermotherapy and cryotherapy, photototherapy, ultrasonotherapy, vibrotherapy, magnetotherapy, ergotherapy and pressotherapy. Design and apply the different modalities of hydrotherapy, balneotherapy, climatotherapy, thalassotherapy, etc. Design and apply the different modalities of reflex therapeutic methods and techniques as well as other specific, alternative or complementary manual therapies related to the field of competence of Physiotherapy. Establish and apply treatment in groups to users with similar problems. Encourage user and family participation in their recovery process. Prevent and avoid risks in the application of the treatment. Establish the plan of guidelines to follow during treatment.
E.1.9.6. Evaluate the evolution of the results obtained with the Physiotherapy treatment in relation to the objectives set and the established result criteria. For this it will be necessary to: define and establish the results criteria; perform the evaluation of the evolution of the patient / user; redesign the objectives based on the assessment, if necessary; and adapt the intervention or treatment plan to the new objectives, if applicable.
E.1.9.7. Prepare the report upon discharge from Physiotherapy. When it considers that the proposed objectives have been met, either due to the cure of the process or because the possibilities of recovery with the therapeutic measures available have been exhausted, discharge from Physiotherapy will be proposed and the pertinent report will be prepared.
E.1.9.8. Provide effective Physiotherapy care, providing comprehensive assistance to patients / users, for which it will be necessary to: Interpret medical prescriptions; prepare the environment in which Physiotherapy care will be carried out so that it is comfortable; keep the patient informed of the treatment that is applied, explaining the tests and maneuvers that are practiced, the preparation they require, and exhorting them to collaborate at all times; daily record the application of Physiotherapy care, its evolution and incidents; identify signs and symptoms of alteration of biological functions related to Physiotherapy care; control and interpret vital signs during the execution of daily treatment; guide the activities and mode of action in relation to patients / users, non-health and junior staff; and evaluate the own care provided to patients / users.
E.1.9.9. Intervene in the areas of health promotion and disease prevention. This includes, but is not limited to: identifying social and economic factors that influence health and health care; design and carry out disease prevention and health promotion activities; to advise on the development and implementation of care and education policies in the field of Physiotherapy; identify risks and risk factors; evaluate and select users who can benefit from preventive measures; provide health education to the population in the different areas: family, school, sports, work and leisure; plan, establish and apply exercises, postures and activities in health prevention programs; collaborate with the services dedicated to health development and be a health agent; participate in maternal, pediatric, geriatric, school, employment, sports, adolescent, sexual and special education programs; advise on health education programs; design, teach and advise on the different means of prevention of functional alterations, of control by physical means of pain and, specifically, in relation to postural hygiene, situations of loss of mobility and acute acute phases.
E.1.9.10. Relate effectively with the entire multidisciplinary team. This includes: establishing Physiotherapy goals within the team; collect, listen and evaluate the reflections of the rest of the multidisciplinary team towards their actions; accept and respect the diversity of criteria of the rest of the team members; recognize the competences, skills and knowledge of the rest of the health professionals; participate and join in the team's work in its scientific and professional aspects, as well as in relation to family members, interest groups and institutions; make communication and respect for professionals the tools for overcoming interprofessional conflicts and competencies.
E.1.9.11. Incorporate the ethical and legal principles of the profession into the professional culture. What it means: respecting the rights of the patient / user and family members; identify possible violations of said rights and take appropriate measures to preserve them; identify ethical problems in daily practice and apply reasoning and critical judgment in their resolution; participate in healthcare ethics committees and clinical research ethics committees; adjust professional practice to deontological conditions and the legal regulations of professional practice; guarantee the confidentiality of user and professional data; ensure that the physiotherapist's own competencies are carried out by duly qualified and collegiate professionals, and denounce the intrusion and lack of professional deontology before the professional and health institutions; ensure that the incorporation of new professionals to professional practice is adequate, facilitating their initial orientation; act as an expert in their matter before legal requirements; be aware of current health and safety legislation and integrate them into professional practice.
E.1.9.12. Incorporate scientific research and evidence-based practice as professional culture. This includes: Establishing lines of research in the field of the profession's competences and disseminating them in the research group; Participate in the research group of the environment; disseminate research work and its conclusions in the scientific and professional community; establish Physiotherapy care protocols based on scientific evidence practice; promote all those professional activities that involve the dynamization of research in Physiotherapy.
E.1.9.13. Develop the teaching function as part of the professional practice. What includes: actively participate in the training of Physiotherapy professionals; participate in the development and delivery of educational programs related to Physiotherapy aimed at professional, interdisciplinary groups and / or the general population; assess one's own levels of knowledge, attitudes and skills; participate in professional evaluation processes, in general, and especially in those recertification processes established by the corresponding administration.
E.1.9.14. Keeping the fundamentals of knowledge, skills and attitudes of professional competences up to date, through a process of permanent training (throughout life); critically analyze the methods, protocols and treatments of Physiotherapy care and ensure that they are adapted to the evolution of scientific knowledge.
E.1.9.15. Develop activities of planning, management and control of Physiotherapy services. This includes: participating in the preparation, management and execution of the health plan of the institution in which they work; establish, define and apply the operation of the Physiotherapy unit; establish health programs in the field of Physiotherapy; establish, define and apply the criteria for Physiotherapy care, using the available resources adequately, applying efficiency criteria as work tools and using technology appropriately; establish, define and apply the criteria so that Physiotherapy care is done in a systematic, continuous and documented way to guarantee the quality of health care; participate in the operation and general organization of the institution in which they work.
E.1.9.16. Apply quality assurance mechanisms in the practice of Physiotherapy, adjusting to the criteria, indicators and quality standards recognized and validated for good professional practice.
E.1.9.17. Coping with stress, which means having the ability to control oneself and control the environment in stressful situations.
E.1.9.18. Taking risks and living in environments of uncertainty, that is, having the ability to carry out a responsibility without knowing 100% the final result.
E.1.9.19. Motivate others. Which means having the ability to generate in others the desire to participate actively and enthusiastically in any project or task.
E.1.9.20. Identify the anatomical structures of the human organism as a knowledge base, to establish dynamic relationships with the functional organization.
E.1.9.21. Obtain, use and master the terminology in common use related to the structure and function of the human body, on which you must base your technical expression in your professional field.
E.1.9.22. Know how to select, systematize and rank anatomical knowledge according to its clinical application and practical need.
E.1.10. OF ATTITUDINAL COMPETENCES:
E.1.10.1. Maintain an attitude of learning and improvement. This includes expressing interest and acting in a constant search for information and professional improvement, committing to contribute to professional development in order to improve the competence of the practice and maintain the status that corresponds to a titled and regulated profession.
E.1.10.2. Manifest a high degree of self-concept, with optimal self-acceptance, without self-centeredness but without complexes.
E.1.10.3. Adjusting to the limits of your professional competence in health care.
E.1.10.4. Collaborate and cooperate with other professionals enriching each other. This includes: resolving most situations by establishing direct and assertive communication seeking consensus; assist other health professionals in professional practice; know interprofessional limits and use appropriate referral procedures.
E.1.10.5. Show respect, appreciation and sensitivity to the work of others.
E.1.10.6. Develop the ability to organize and lead work teams effectively and efficiently.
E.1.10.7. Show discretion, using the information available to them appropriately, preserving the dignity of the patient.
E.1.10.8. Work responsibly, which means being able to cope with the activities of your job without the need for strict supervision.
E.1.10. Show their orientation to the patient / user, showing in their actions that the citizen and their needs are the axis around which their decisions revolve.
E.T.1. BASIC TRAINING:
E.T.1. 1. Know the principles and theories of physical agents and their applications in Physiotherapy. Understand the principles of Biomechanics and Electrophysiology, and their main applications in the field of physiotherapy.
E.T.1.2. Identify the psychological and social factors that influence the state of health or illness of individuals, families and the community.
E.T.1.3. Know and develop the theory of communication and interpersonal skills.
E.T.1.4. Understand the learning theories to be applied in health education and in the learning process itself throughout life.
E.T.1.5. Understand the psychological aspects in the physiotherapist-patient relationship. Identify the factors involved in teamwork and leadership situations.
E.T.1.6. Identify anatomical structures as a knowledge base to dynamically establish relationships with functional organization.
E.T.1.7. Know the physiological and structural changes that can occur as a result of the application of Physiotherapy.
E.T.1.8. Recognize life-threatening situations and know how to perform basic and advanced life support maneuvers.
E.T.1.9. Know the pathophysiology of diseases by identifying the manifestations that appear throughout the process, as well as the medical-surgical treatments, mainly in their physiotherapeutic and orthopedic aspects. Identify the changes produced as a consequence of the intervention of Physiotherapy. Encourage user and family participation in their recovery process.
E.T.1.10. Know and identify the psychological and physical problems derived from gender violence to train students in the prevention, early detection, assistance, and rehabilitation of victims of this form of violence.
E.T.1.11. Know the basic knowledge of Biostatistics and its application to obtain, organize and interpret scientific and health information.
E.T.2. OF SPECIFIC TRAINING:
E.T.2.1. Identify the concept, evolution and foundations of physiotherapy in its scientific and professional aspects. Understand the general theory of functioning, disability and health and intervention models in Physiotherapy, transferring them to healthcare practice. Know and apply the theoretical bases and the development of physiotherapeutic methods and procedures.
E.T.2.3. Having the ability to assess, from the perspective of physiotherapy, the functional state of the patient / user, considering the physical, psychological and social aspects of it. Understand and apply manual and instrumental assessment methods and procedures in Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation, as well as the scientific evaluation of their usefulness and effectiveness.
E.T.2.3. Know, design and apply the different modalities and general intervention procedures in Physiotherapy: Massage therapy, Electrotherapy, Magnetotherapy, Ergotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Balneotherapy, Climatotherapy, Thalassotherapy, Thermotherapy, Cryotherapy, Vibrotherapy, Phototherapy, Pressotherapy, Therapies derived from other physical agents, as well as fundamental aspects of Ergotherapy and other therapies related to the field of competence of Physiotherapy. Encourage user and family participation in their recovery process.
E.T.2.4. Have the ability to apply Physiotherapy and identify the most appropriate physiotherapeutic treatment in the different processes of health alteration, prevention and health promotion, as well as in growth and development processes. Identify the situation of the patient / user through a Physiotherapy diagnosis, planning interventions, and evaluating their effectiveness in a cooperative work environment. Know and apply the guidelines of good clinical practice.
E.T.2.5. Understand and perform specific methods and techniques related to the locomotor system (including manual therapies, joint manipulative therapies, osteopathy and chiropractic), neurological processes, the respiratory system, the cardiocirculatory system and alterations of statics and dynamics. Specific methods and techniques that take into account the implications of orthopedics in physiotherapy, reflex therapeutic techniques, as well as other alternative and / or complementary methods and techniques whose safety and efficacy is demonstrated according to the state of development of science.
E.T.2.6. Understand ergonomic and anthropometric principles. Analyze, program and apply movement as a therapeutic measure, promoting the participation of the patient / user in their process.
E.T.2.7. Understand the fundamental concepts of health and the role of the physiotherapist in the health system. Promote healthy lifestyle habits through health education. Understand the factors related to health and the problems related to physiotherapy in the fields of Primary Care, Specialized and Occupational Health. Know the Spanish Health System and aspects related to the management of health services, mainly those in which physiotherapy intervenes. Know and analyze the management processes of a Physiotherapy service or unit. Know and apply the quality mechanisms in the practice of Physiotherapy, adjusting to the criteria, indicators and recognized and validated quality standards for proper professional practice. Know and respect the ethical and legal bases of the professional field. Know and respect the ethical and legal bases of the profession in a changing social context. Know the professional ethical and deontological codes.
E.T.3. OF TUTORED PRACTICES AND FINAL WORK:
E.T.3.1. Pre-professional practices in the form of an independent clinical rotary and with a final evaluation of competences in health centers, hospitals and other healthcare centers that allows integrating all the knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes and values, acquired in all subjects; and all professional skills will be developed under the tutelage of qualified physiotherapists, training for effective Physiotherapy care, through comprehensive assistance to patients / users.
E.T.3.2. Presentation and defense before the University Court of an end-of-degree project, consisting of an exercise to integrate the training content received and the skills acquired.
E.C.T. Specific competences of the Commission for the Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Seville:
E.C.T.1. Understand the molecular bases of cells and tissues.
E.C.T. 2. Identify the main types of biomolecules.
E.C.T. 3. Recognize the relationship between the three-dimensional structure of proteins and the function they play.
E.C.T. 4. Identify the main energy compounds and describe the mitochondrial synthesis of ATP, as well as the possible negative repercussions of the process.
E.C.T. 5. Describe the main metabolic pathways and their regulation.
E.C.T. 6. Basically describe nucleic acids and the flow of genetic information.
E.C.T. 7. Describe and interpret the changes that take place in skeletal muscle tissue metabolism during exercise.
E.C.T. 8. Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
E.C.T. 9. Ability to generate new ideas.
E.C.T. 10. Ability to communicate with non-experts in the field.
E.C.T. 11. The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in: Knowledge of the determinants of health and their impact; The process of scientific research in public health; The main methods and applications of epidemiology; The state and health needs of the population; The peculiarities of health services and the organization of the health system; Policies and social changes that affect health; The main prevention and protection actions against illnesses, injuries or accidents; as well as for the maintenance and promotion of health both at the individual and community level.
E.C.T. 12. Professionals (Know how to do): The student will be able to demonstrate that they know how to do the following: Recognize the determinants of health in the population, both those dependent on lifestyle, as well as demographic, genetic, environmental, social, economic, psychological and cultural ; Analyze the applications of epidemiology in the practice of physiotherapy and Public Health; Obtain and use epidemiological data and assess trends and risks for decision-making on health; Assume their role in the actions of prevention and protection against diseases, injuries or accidents and maintenance and promotion of health, both at the individual and community level; Recognize their role both individually and, if it were the case, in multiprofessional teams, for the provision of health care as well as in interventions for health promotion; Know the international health organizations, and the environments and conditions of the different health systems; Know, critically assess and know how to use clinical and biomedical information sources to obtain, organize, interpret and communicate scientific and health information.
E.C.T.13. Know how to have, in professional activity, a critical, creative and constructive point of view; Maintain an attitude of learning and constant improvement in professional conduct; Adjusting to the limits of your professional competence, Collaborate and work responsibly with other professionals.
E.C.T.14. Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
E.C.T. 15. Ability to generate new ideas.
E.C.T. 16. Ability to communicate with non-experts in the field.
E.C.T. 17. Specific skills:
E.C.T. 18. The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in: Knowledge of the determinants of health and their impact; The process of scientific research in public health; The main methods and applications of epidemiology; The state and health needs of the population; The peculiarities of health services and the organization of the health system; Policies and social changes that affect health; The main prevention and protection actions against illnesses, injuries or accidents; as well as for the maintenance and promotion of health both at the individual and community level.
E.C.T. 20. Know how to have, in professional activity, a critical, creative and constructive point of view; Maintain an attitude of learning and constant improvement in professional conduct; Adjusting to the limits of your professional competence, Collaborate and work responsibly with other professionals.
E.C.T. 21. Know the most frequent mechanisms that produce disease.
E.C.T. 22. Know the pathophysiology of diseases that affect the body.
E.C.T. 23. Identify the main symptoms and signs by organ, system or apparatus.
E.C.T. 24. Being able to interpret the information obtained through physical examination techniques.
E.C.T. 25. To become familiar with the main complementary techniques of the different devices and systems.
E.C.T. 26. Know the medical treatments used in the pathologies of greatest interest to the physiotherapist.
E.C.T. 27. Know and develop the theory of communication and interpersonal skills.
E.C.T. 28. Identify the psychological and social factors that influence the state of health or illness of people.
E.C.T. 29. Know the pathophysiological mechanisms that cause organic dysfunctions in the body.
E.C.T. 30. Describe the main symptoms and signs by organ, system or apparatus.
E.C.T. 31. Properly communicate the information obtained to the patient and family members.
E.C.T. 32. Adequately handle those clinical terms most used in their professional activity.
E.C.T. 33. Correctly take a medical history.
E.C.T. 34. Know the therapeutic approach of the basic surgical pathology.
E.C.T. 35 Know the behavior of drugs in the body from Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.
E.C.T. 36. Know the drug forms, the routes and administration guidelines and correctly interpret the drug prescription.
E.C.T. 37. Correctly master the different techniques for preparing medications for their immediate administration to the patient, as well as handling waste, identifying the patient and informing them about the treatment and techniques to be used.
E.C.T. 38. Administer medications in a rational way and carry out adequate monitoring of therapeutic effects, adverse effects, toxic effects and pharmacological interactions.
E.C.T. 39. Educate the patient and family on the proper use of medications and properly record incidents related to the administration of medications.
E.C.T. 40. Participation in the pharmacovigilance system, as well as in conducting clinical trials.
E.C.T. 41. The indications and contraindications for the administration of general physiotherapeutic procedures: Electrotherapy, Magnetotherapy, Vibrotherapy, Phototherapy and those derived from other physical agents.
E.C.T. 42. Design the Physiotherapy Intervention Plan aimed at the application of general procedures.
E.C.T. 44. Design and apply the different modalities of electrotherapy, magnetotherapy, vibrotherapy, phototherapy and those derived from other physical agents.
E.C.T. 45. Prevent and avoid the risks of applying the treatment.
E.C.T. 46. Establish the plan or protocol to follow during treatment.
E.C.T. 47. Establish the procedure that allows evaluating the evolution of the results obtained in relation to the objectives set and the established results criteria.
E.C.T. 48. Adjusting to the limits of your professional competence.
E.C.T. 49. Clarify, solve doubts and guide the patient and her family during the therapeutic process.
E.C.T.50. Keeping the different technological resources of the Physiotherapy area updated, guaranteeing their safety quality as well as incorporating innovations in their field of action.
E.C.T. 51. Ability to apply the elements of active listening.
E.C.T. 52. Attitude of respect for the individual differences of patients.
E.C.T.54 Know how to use assessment procedures for the correct analysis of the psychological variables involved in pain and hospitalization.
E.C.T.55 Correct use of health professional-user communication skills.
E.C.T. 57 Motivate students, encouraging their interest in the subject, by developing adequate expectations in relation to the functions that it can fulfill in the profession of Physiotherapist.
E.C.T. 58. The student will be able to recognize and properly use the commonly used terminology related to the structure of the human body, applicable in their professional field, both at the cellular, tissue, and organ and system levels.
E.C.T. 59. The student will be able to identify the structural elements in the course of a clinical examination or a professional assessment, especially the locomotor system and the nervous and cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
E.C.T.60. Ability to apply knowledge in practice.
E.C.T. 61. Basic general knowledge about the study area.
E.C.T. 62. Ability to work autonomously.
E.C.T. 63. Ability to recognize and interpret normal or changing signs of health-ill health, suffering, disability of the person (assessment and diagnosis).
E.C.T. 64. Ability to implement health and safety principles, including patient mobilization and management, infection control, basic first aid, and emergency procedures (using skills).
E.C.T. 65. Understand and psychologically manage different pathologies that occur specifically with pain, disability and / or crisis situations.