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Bishop J.O. Patterson Era (1968-1989) Bishop James Oglethorpe Patterson, Sr. was elected as the first Presiding Bishop of the church by the General Assembly at the Sixty-First Holy Convocation of the church in November 1968. The son-in-law of Bishop Mason, J.O. Patterson Sr. served the church previously as a member of the Executive Board and as Executive Secretary. J.O Patterson Sr. was pastor of the Pentecostal Temple Institutional COGIC in Memphis, TN and was the Presiding Prelate of the Tennessee Headquarters Jurisdiction. J.O. Patterson Sr. established protocols of worship, policy and practices. A new constitution and official manual of the church were completed in 1973. COGIC became a major force in the collective Black Church and worldwide Pentecostal movement and experienced rapid growth in many sectors as one of the fastest growing and largest religious groups in the United States.[26] As the first elected Presiding Bishop, Bishop J.O. Patterson Sr. established the Charles Harrison Mason Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia; the C. H. Mason System of Bible Colleges; the J. O. Patterson Sr. Fine Arts Department; the Historical Museum and Fine Arts Center, organizer of the Charles Harrison Mason Foundation and the Presiding Bishop’s Benefit Fund which provides scholarships. He expanded the COGIC Bookstore and COGIC Publishing House. In 1982, he led COGIC in its Diamond Jubilee in a celebration of the International Holy Convocation. He established the World Fellowship of Black Pentecostal Churches and initiated COGIC membership into the Congress of National Black Churches. His dream was to establish an international ministry complex known as ”Saints Center” and an accredited institution known as ”All Saints University”. Subsequently, he was elected four times as Presiding Bishop uncontested. He consecrated and appointed more than 100 bishops during twenty-one years of leadership.[25] His initiatives allowed the church’s growth to exceed four million in the United States in 47 foreign countries and 10,000 churches at the time of his death in 1989.
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Potter: Fundamentals of Nursing, 8th Edition Chapter 01: Nursing Today Key Points – • Nursing responds to the health care needs of society, which are influenced by economic, social, and cultural variables of a specific era. • Changes in society such as increased technology, new demographic patterns, consumerism, health promotion, and the women’s and human rights movements lead to changes in nursing. • Nursing definitions reflect changes in the practice of nursing and help bring about changes by identifying the domain of nursing practice and guiding research, practice, and education. • Nursing standards provide the guidelines for implementing and evaluating nursing care. • Professional nursing organizations deal with issues of concern to specialist groups within the nursing profession. • Nurses are becoming more politically sophisticated and, as a result, are able to increase the influence of nursing on health care policy and practice.
Potter: Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 01: Nursing Today Answer Key – Clinical Application Questions and Rationales 1. Similarities and differences in roles: All nurses follow the professional roles and responsibilities for a professional nurse. a. Staff nurse provides direct care for a group of patients in a health care setting. This practice is guided by the standards of professional practice and the agency practice philosophy. b. Advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) is the most independently functioning nurse. An APRN has a master’s degree in nursing; advanced education in pathophysiology, pharmacology, and physical assessment; and certification and expertise in a specialized area of practice. c. Nurse educator works primarily in schools of nursing, staff development departments of health care agencies, and patient education departments. Nurse educators need experience in clinical practice to provide them with practical skills and theoretical knowledge. A faculty member in a school of nursing educates students to become professional nurses. Nursing faculty members are responsible for teaching current nursing practice, trends, theory, and necessary skills in laboratories and clinical settings. 2. Educational preparation a. Staff nurse—Basic nursing education and registered nurse licensure b. Advanced Practice Registered Nurse—Master’s degree preparation and advance practice certification c. Nurse educator—Master’s or doctoral degree in nursing 3. Discussion and self-reflection to determine future goals
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