This course is designed for the student to apply previously learned scientific knowledge and nursing skills while caring for adults and children across the life span with common behavioral health and medical-surgical disease processes. Students develop comprehensive psychosocial and physical assessment skills integrating pathophsysiology, basic pharmacology concepts and teaching-learning principles. The application of the nursing process is broadened to meet the total needs of the patient and family for a more comprehensive plan of nursing care. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NUR 101, NUR 102. Pre/Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C" in BIO 207 and EN 102. Corequisite: NUR 132. Spring semester, first year. 01/21/2020-05/14/2020 Lecture Monday 10:00AM - 12:50PM, Rolla North Building, Room 108 (more)...