Exploration of professional nursing care of diverse adult health care consumers who exhibit more complex health care problems; study involves evidenced-based practice, lecture, simulation, projects, discussion, informatics, and clinical experiences. Further development of critical thinking skills and professional behaviors. Effective application of the nursing process through continued practice. The student begins functioning as an interdisciplinary team member while providing consumer-centered care to the adult client. (Formerly NUR219) 5 Credits (3 Lecture - 6 Clinical) Prerequisite(s): BIO125 and NUR184 and PSY203 or BIO125 and NUR223 and PSY203. Corequisite(s): NUR270 and NUR274 and NUR287 or NUR271 and NUR274 and NUR287. Fall Only.