Cebuano Nursing Expert Inducted to AAN

De Paul University's College of Nursing Assistant Professor Joseph Tariman, PhD, RN has been selected to be inducted into American Academy of Nursing Announces 2016 Class of New Fellows which is slated on October 26, 2016, in Washington, D.C.  

 
Photo courtesy of De Paul University College of Health SciencesDr. Joseph Tariman obtained his PhD in June 2011 at the University of Washington, where his research fellowship was funded by National Institute of Health and the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation. He obtained his BSN from University of the Visayas in 1991, Master of Arts in Nursing at Cebu Doctors’ University in 1993, and a post-Master’s certificate in Adult Health Nurse Practitioner at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida in 2001. He has worked as an advanced practice nurse from 2002-2006 and 2010 to 2014 at Northwestern University Myeloma Program in Chicago, where one of his primary responsibilities was sub-principal investigator for all phase 1 and 2 clinical therapeutic trials for myeloma. 

Dr. Tariman has taught BSN students early on his career from 1992-1995 at Cebu Doctors' University and he has always been passionate about teaching. Dr. Tariman returned to his academic career as assistant professor in the College of Science & Health/School of Nursing at De Paul University in Chicago, IL in Spring 2014. He is a member of the core faculty for the Adult-Gerontology Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at De Paul University and a member of the doctoral studies committee at De Paul University School of Nursing. 

Dr. Tariman edited a groundbreaking nursing book on multiple myeloma published by the Oncology Nursing Society in 2010. He also co-edited the 2nd edition of the myeloma book with special focus on evidence-based and treatment-focused approach to myeloma nursing care, published in September 2015. 

The Academy is currently comprised of more than 2,300 nurse leaders in education, management, practice, policy and research. Academy fellows include hospital and government administrators, college deans and renowned scientific researchers. 

Fellow selection criteria include evidence of significant contributions to nursing and health care, and sponsorship by two current Academy fellows. Applicants are reviewed by a panel comprised of elected and appointed fellows, and selection is based, in part, on the extent the nominee's nursing career has influenced health policies and the health and wellbeing of all. New fellows will be eligible to use the FAAN credential (fellow of the American Academy of Nursing) after the induction ceremony takes place in October.