Concepts introduced in this course will provide students with the knowledge, attitude and skills to promote health and prevent disease with clients who have normal physiological responses. The concepts emphasized will be health and wellness, safety and protection, age appropriate care, nursing process, cultural and spiritual, and roles. Upon completion of the course students will be able to apply these concepts to client care within the framework of the nursing process. Clinical experiences will be provided with clients across the lifespan in wellness, community and long-term care settings. Class Notes: Meeting Locations:Campus Laboratory location: Building 320, Room 328Clinical location will be provided by your instructor the first day of class. Enrollment Requirements: CO: BSC1086C and MCB1010C and NUR1020C; PR: MGF2106 or MAC1105 and BSC1085C and ENC1101 and PSY1012.