G.1 Analysis capacity.
G.2 Capacity for organization and planning.
G.3 Oral and written communication in the native language.
G.4 Knowledge of a foreign language.
G.5 Computer skills related to the field of study.
G.6 Information management capacity.
G.8 Decision making.
G.10 Interdisciplinary teamwork.
G.12 Skills in interpersonal relationships.
G.14 Critical reasoning.
G.15 Ethical commitment.
G.16 Autonomous learning.
G.17 Adaptation to new situations.
G.20 Knowledge of other cultures and customs.
G.20.1 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.21 Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.
G.22 Motivation for quality.
G.23 Sensitivity towards environmental issues.
E.1 The development, structure and functions of the human body.
E.2 The biological and epidemiological principles of infectious processes and their specific characteristics.
E.3 Medical and surgical pathological processes, their characteristics, semiology and their diagnostic methods.
E.4 The different diagnostic systems, their characteristics and interpretation, as well as the handling of podiatric radiodiagnosis facilities and radioprotection.
E.5 The bases of human behavior and conduct with their individual and social motivations.
E.6 The morphology, structure and functions of the normal foot, its pathological manifestations and methods of exploration and diagnosis.
E.7 Pharmacological, physical, orthopedic, chiropodological and surgical therapy, and prophylaxis in order to apply it to various pathologies.
E.9 The history, legislative, ethical and management aspects related to the profession.
E.10 Know the operation and resources of health institutions.
E.11 Carry out the podiatric medical history and record the information obtained.
E.12 Develop physical examination techniques.
E.13 Develop the ability to perform the radiological activities typical of podiatry.
E.15 Issue a podiatric diagnosis and prognosis.
E.17 Develop the ability to establish protocols, execute them and evaluate them.
E.18 Develop the ability and dexterity in the use of instruments, material and machinery used for the preparation and application of podiatric treatments.
E.19 Apply resuscitation and resuscitation measures in emergency cases.
E.20 Develop social skills for communication and dealing with the patient and other professionals.
E.21 Establish exchange of information with the different professionals and health authorities involved in the prevention, promotion and protection of health.
E.23 Prepare and interpret clinical reports.
E.26 Keep knowledge, skills and attitudes updated.
E.27 Guarantee the quality of care in the practice of podiatry.
E.28 Use elements of documentation, statistics, information technology and general epidemiological analysis methods.
E.29 Apply scientific research and preparation methods.
E.30 Acquire critical ability about scientific publications.
E.31 Acquire the ability to communicate professional advances in scientific forums.
E.32 Collaborate with the multidisciplinary health team in the execution of care plans, health promotion and health education in the community.
E.33 Develop the teaching and health education function.
E.34 Inform sufficient and adequately for consent to treatment.
E.35 Learn to scientifically evaluate the level of knowledge and own skills.
E.36 Act on the basis of compliance with the deontological obligations of the profession, current legislation and normopractice criteria.
E.37 Know the embryological development in the different stages of formation. Human anatomy and physiology. Study of the different organs, apparatus and systems. Vascular and nervous splanchnology. Axes and body plans. Specific anatomy of the lower limb.
E.38 Acquire knowledge about cell and tissue biology. Composition and organization of the matter of living beings. Histology. Genetics.
E.39 Know the subjects of biophysics, physiology and biochemistry related to the human body. Immediate principles. Biochemistry and biophysics of membranes, muscles and nerves. Acquire knowledge of the functions and regulation of the different organs and systems of the human body.
E.41 Know the pathological anatomy. Cellular pathology. Tissue repair. Cell growth disorders. Nomenclature and classification of neoplasms.
E.42 Know the basic concepts of microbiology. Morphology and physiology of microorganisms. Infection. Immunology. Natural and acquired immunity. Vaccines and serums. Most frequent microorganisms in foot pathologies. Fundamental aspects of sanitary parasitology. Environmental microbiology. Laboratory and microbiological diagnosis of diseases. Mechanisms of viral pathogenicity. Mycology. Microbiological foundations for the prevention of infection.
E.43 Know and apply the principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Action, effects, adverse reactions and drug interactions. Description of the different pharmacological groups. Commonly used drugs, indications and contraindications. Drug design and drug development. Recipes. Toxicity studies. Natural products for therapeutic use. Medication administration routes.
E.44 Acquire the concept of health and disease. Know the determinants of health in the population. Develop the factors that influence the health-disease phenomenon. Design of prevention protocols and their practical application. Public health and health organization. Concept, method and use of epidemiology.
E.45 Acquire and apply the theoretical and practical knowledge involved in the psychological aspects involved in the patient-therapist relationship. Cognitive emotional and psychosocial development of the human being. Know the psychological aspects of pain. Introduction to the study of human behavior. Social psychology.
E.48 Know the fundamentals of biomechanics and kinesiology. Supporting theories. The human march. Structural alterations of the foot. Postural alterations of the locomotor system with repercussions on the foot and vice versa. Biomechanical analysis instruments.
E.49 Take the podiatric medical history and record the information obtained. Phylogeny of the locomotor system. The foot through history. Develop physical examination techniques. Normal clinical parameters in decubitus, static and dynamic standing. Clinical examination techniques. Study of the techniques and form of podiatric action in the health field.
E.50 Know the Fundamentals of Podiatry. Ergonomics. History of the profession and conceptual framework. Profession concept. Technical nomenclature used in health sciences. Acquire capacity in the clinical management of podiatry services.
E.51 Act on the basis of compliance with the deontological obligations of the profession, current legislation and normopraxis criteria. Rights of the patient. Civil and health liability. Ethical problems in the exercise of the profession. Instruments that help the professional in case of ethical problems. Professional setting. Rights and obligations of the professional.
E.52 Know the different diagnostic systems, their characteristics and their interpretation, as well as the handling of podiatric radiodiagnosis facilities and radio protection. Atomic structure of matter. Radioactivity. Interaction of electrons and photons with matter.
E.53 Develop the ability to perform radiological activities typical of podiatry. X-ray equipment. Imaging quantities and units. Radiation detection. Quality control and calibration of radiodiagnosis facilities. Radiobiology and radioprotection. Legislation. Know other techniques for obtaining diagnostic images of the foot. Radiological techniques. Radiological interpretation.
E.55 Know and apply prevention strategies and education for health in podiatry. Podiatric occupational health. Prevention of occupational hazards in podiatry. Sanitation and disinfection. Podiatric health education methods. Design and evaluate health education programs. Preventive podiatry. Anthropology of Health and Disease.
E.56 Know and identify the pathological processes of the foot and systemic with podiatric repercussion, foot risk and the clinical pathological parameters of the structural and functional affections of the locomotor system in decubitus, static and dynamic standing. Identify dermatological lesions and their treatment. Know and apply the specific Pharmacology of podiatric use.
E.57 Know and develop exploration techniques, to make a diagnosis and prognosis, and design the orthopedic treatment plan for lower limb pathology. Bone and muscle-ligament trauma. Forefoot and hindfoot pathology. Congenital deformities. Neurological injuries. Amputations. Asymmetries.
E.59 Design, obtain and apply using different techniques and materials plantar supports and digital orthoses, prostheses, splints. Plantar and digital orthotics. Study of footwear and footwear therapy. Prescription of orthopedic treatments of the lower limb.
E.60 Know and apply physical, electrical and manual methods in the therapy of different foot pathologies. Functional bandages. Therapy of pain and inflammation in the foot.
E.61 Know, diagnose and treat dermatopathies and keratopathies, the treatment of helomas and their causes. Onychology, pathology and conservative treatment of the nail apparatus.
E.62 Know and apply the techniques of exploration, diagnosis and treatment of wounds, ulcers and infectious processes that affect the foot. Study, diagnosis and treatment of diabetic foot Repair and healing mechanisms.
E.63 Know and use chiropodological and drug administration techniques and treatments.
E.65 Know, diagnose and treat peripheral vascular and neurological processes that affect the foot and are susceptible to chiropodological treatment.
E.66 Know and apply complementary tests in chiropodology. Study and assessment of the patient candidate for chiropodological treatments. Diagnostic protocols and cataloging of surgical risk.
E.67 Know and apply technical procedures and skills in podiatric surgery. Know and diagnose foot pathology with surgical indication.
E.68 Know and use the clinical history, assess and apply the preoperative protocol and informed consent.
E.70 Know and obtain skills in the application of podiatric techniques of nail surgery, podiatric surgery of soft tissues, bone and joint surgery of the foot.
E.71 Application of methods of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and resuscitation in emergency cases.
E.72 Know and use the techniques of exploration, diagnosis and treatment of tumors in the foot. Know and know how to treat complications and side effects derived from the application of podiatric and chiropodological surgery techniques.
E.73 Pre-professional practices in university podiatric clinics and accredited centers, with a final evaluation of skills, and that allow the student to incorporate professional values and skills.
E.74 Protocolize and apply the clinical method in podiatry.
E.75 Take the podiatric medical history and record the information obtained.
E.76 Develop physical examination techniques.
E.78 Interpret the results of the complementary tests and the rationalization of their use.
E.79 Issue a diagnosis and prognosis.
E.81 Design specific intervention plans for the treatment of risk foot: diabetic, neurological and vascular.
E.82 Develop the ability to establish protocols, execute them and evaluate them.
E.83 Develop the ability and dexterity in the use of instruments, material and machinery used for the preparation and application of podiatric treatments.
E.84 Apply resuscitation and resuscitation measures in emergency cases.
E.85 Develop social skills for communication and dealing with the patient and other professionals.
E.87 Prescribe, administer and apply pharmacological, orthopedic, physical and surgical treatments.
E.88 Prepare and interpret clinical reports.
E.89 Evaluate the results obtained from the podiatric care process.
E.90 Acquire capacity in the clinical management of podiatry services.
E.91 Keep knowledge, skills and attitudes updated.
E.92 Guarantee the quality of care in the practice of podiatry.
E.93 Use elements of documentation, statistics, information technology and general epidemiological analysis methods.
E.94 Final degree project: Cross-sectional subject whose work will be carried out associated with different subjects.
E.95 Know the set of systemic pathologies with repercussions on the Lower Limb, their main clinical manifestations and the complementary diagnostic techniques. Management of emergency situations in Podiatry and apply basic and advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers.
E.96 Know and know how to apply the criteria and / or parameters that serve as the basis for the consideration of a risk foot.
E.99 Know the set of surgical procedures and techniques used to treat neurological, vascular, bone, joint, soft tissue and traumatic injuries to the lower limb. Fractures and epiphysiolysis.
E.100 Know the principles of administration and direction of health institutions and their specific application to the podiatric field, with a strategic perspective in matters of human resource management and administration of technological resources.
E.101 Develop elements of efficiency in the management and economic administration of the podiatry service.
E.102 Apply knowledge of marketing and strategy to increase and catalyze the demand for care and all this in accordance with the principles of quality and satisfaction in the podiatric care of users.
E.103 Know the functionality of the foot in the development of different sports gestures, diagnose the pathomechanics of the main injuries derived from sports practice and apply the necessary podiatric treatment. Assess and design the right footwear for each sporting practice.
E.104 Know and know how to establish a relationship with the patient from a position of professional authority and empathy.
E.106. Know and be able to apply to each patient, in a personalized way, the appropriate integrated therapeutic regimen, according to their biological (podiatric pathologies and body characteristics), psychological and social circumstances.
E.107. Know and be able to apply and, where appropriate, develop protocols that guide and standardize podiatric clinical practice.
E.108. Know and be prepared to establish an adequate interprofessional relationship in clinical practice, based on their knowledge of their own professional competences and of the rest of the health professions.
E. 109. Briefly know in the business and industrial world in relation to Podiatry.
E. 110. Briefly know market research techniques.
E.111. Knowing the design and manufacturing techniques of footwear in its different modalities.
E.112. Know the bases of the design and manufacture of instruments and equipment for use in Podiatry.
E.113. Briefly know the economic, legal and labor management of the company.
E.114 Know the basic concepts of sociology applied to health.
E.115 Know how to identify the social aspects of the human being.
E.116 Learn to acquire information of a social nature to fulfill the other objectives.
E.117 Approaching the social reality related to health.
E.118 Perceive the influence of the environment on the health of the foot.
E.119 Guide the attitude towards the consideration of socio-environmental factors as conditioning factors of foot health.