This course analyzes nursing care and roles within communities and care delivery systems that improve wellness for varied populations across the life span. Students employ critical thinking and clinical reasoning in developing and delivering programs. Professional standards, quality measures, legal and ethical considerations within the nursing profession are detailed. Academic and professional activities geared toward success as a practicing registered nurse and lifelong learner. Prerequisites: NUR 107, 108, 116, 117, 118, 206 and concurrent enrollment in NUR 216. Lecture two hours per week; lab 2 hours per week.