For detailed information: see Blackboard.
There are different elements within one portfolio: 3 patient cases, 2 staff presentations, 2 self reflections, 1 procedure (report), some workplace based assignments which are the base of a personal development plan, 1 financial report, 1 autopsy report, 1 extra (free) assignment, and a profiling space. This gives a total of 12 elements + profiling space. Students can also find lists of the most important diseases, skills, and complaints which should be encountered during the internship.
The portfolio is been evaluated by 2 assessors, both using strict evaluation criteria. 1 assessor evaluates the whole portfolio per student (viewpoint of a basic doctor), the second assessor is linked to a discipline and evaluates all the assignments linked to his/her discipline. De assessors use scores between 0 and 8 (Dundee criteria). When scores differ too much, a deliberation occurs and a consensus score shall be given.
Following information is susceptible to change during the academic year and therefore holds no obligation of result, rather a commitment to perform to the best ability.