An Organization : Topical Pattern

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Carolyn Strickland
COMS 101
September 21, 2015

Organization: Topical pattern

Audience analysis: My audience consists of two white males and one white female, all of whom are students enrolled in the local community college. Their current fields of study include the following: criminal justice, fire/science/paramedic, and pre-nursing/education. Each of them comes from a Christian home with either a parent or close relative already working in the medical field.

Topic: Nursing, specifically Emergency Nursing presents vast opportunities for edifying God values of compassion, love, impartiality and hospitality with patients, families, and co-workers that present to the Emergency Department.

Rhetorical Purpose:
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What do you hear? Chaos? Confusion? No, it is the music heard daily as you take walk in the shoes of an Emergency Room nurse.

II. Motive for Listening
Emergency nursing is a specialized area of nursing overflowing rewarding opportunities. Whether you choose a career of being a nurse, a paramedic/firefighter, or police officer, people will always be sick, injured, or in danger. Each of these jobs is constantly seeking trained professionals. III. Credibility Statement
Since obtaining my Registered Nurse license in 1992, I have practiced full-time in the Emergency Department. Prior to becoming a nurse, I volunteered for three years as an Emergency Medical Technician with Greensville Volunteer Rescue Squad. In addition, my parents were both charter and life members of the Brunswick Volunteer Rescue Squad. Therefore, through formal research in conjunction with a lifetime of personal experiences, I have gained and continue to gain a deeper understanding with appreciation for the self-sacrificing compassionate care involved with the career path for being an ER nurse.

IV. Purpose or Thesis Statement
Emergency nursing extends beyond the basic nursing skills, concepts and reasoning taught in the classroom; ER nurses must demonstrate critical thinking skills while providing unbiased, compassionate care while collaborating with other professional disciplines.

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