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 complex behavioral health and medical-surgical disease processes. Complex skills and concepts are introduced as well as the integration of maternal-newborn nursing. The application of the nursing process is broadened to meet the complex needs of the patient and family. Emphasis is placed on reduction of risk potential, physiological adaptations, and health promotion and maintenance. Prerequisite: NUR*131 and NUR*132, minimum grade C Corequisite: NUR*202 Pre/Corequisite: BIO*205, minimum grade C; and US Government or US History course. 01/21/2020-05/12/2020 Lecture Tuesday 04:00PM - 09:00PM, Rolla North Building, Room 108