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Joseph Tariman

  • jtariman@depaul.edu
  • Assistant Professor, Nursing
  • ​​​PhD, RN, ANP-BC​, FAAN​​
  • School of Nursing
  • (773) 325-2288
  • ​990 W. ​Fullerton, room 3003
Specialization and Interests
  • Oncology
  • Treatment decision making
  • Patient and caregiver education
  • Quality of life issues
  • Patient reported outcomes
  • Research Methods: Qualitative data coding using NVivo, Focus Groups methodology, Qualtrics Online Survey, Instrument development testing, Content and Thematic Analysis, Experimental and Quasi-experimental educational interventions, Exploratory factor analysis, General linear modeling using ANOVA or regression.​
Awards and Honors
  • 2013 Oncology Nursing Society Outstanding Achievement for Oncology Nursing Education or Family/Patient Education
  • 2012 Nurse of the Year, Lymphoma Research Foundation, Chicago, Illinois
  • 2011 Honored Nurse of the Year, Leukemia Lymphoma Society – Chicago Chapter
Professional Affiliations
  • President, Chicago Chapter Oncology Nursing Society (January 2017-December 2019)
  • Associate Editor, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing (June 2017-June 2020)
  • Chair, Research Committee, Oncology Nursing Society, Chicago Chapter
  • Editorial Board Member, The Oncology Nurse
  • Review Board Member, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing
  • Review Board Member, Oncology Nursing Forum
  • Member, American Society of Hematology
  • Member, Midwest Nursing Research Society
  • Member, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau Honors Society
Select Publications

Book
Tariman, J. D. & Faiman, B. (2015). Multiple Myeloma: A Textbook for Nurses. A Treatment-focused and Evidence-based Approach to the Care of Patients with Myeloma. 2nd ed. Pittsburgh, PA: Oncology Nursing Society Publishing Division. In Press.

Book chapters
Tariman, J. D., & Faiman, B. (2015). Chapter 1: Introduction. In. J. D. Tariman & B. Faiman. Multiple Myeloma: A Textbook for Nurses, 2nd edition, Pittsburgh, PA: ONS Publishing Division. In Press.

Tariman, J. D. (2015). Chapter 11: Clinical trials. In. J. D. Tariman & B. Faiman. Multiple Myeloma: A Textbook for Nurses, 2nd edition, Pittsburgh, PA: ONS Publishing Division. In Press.

Journal Articles
Tariman, J. D., & Szubski, K. (2015). The evolving role of the nurse during cancer treatment decision making process: A literature review. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. Accepted for Publication, October 2015.

Tariman, J. D., Doorenbos, A., Schepp, K. G., Singhal, S., & Berry, D. L.  (2015). Treatment, prognosis and self care are top information need priorities of older adults diagnosed with symptomatic myeloma. Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology. In Press, January 2015.

Tariman, J. D., Doorenbos, A., Schepp, K. G., Becker, P., & Berry, D. L.  (2014). Patient, physician and contextual factors are influential in the treatment decision making of older adults newly diagnosed with symptomatic myeloma. Cancer Treatment Communications. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ctrc.2014.08.003​

Tariman, J. D., Doorenbos, A., Schepp, K. G., Singhal, S., & Berry, D. L.  (2014). Older adults newly diagnosed with symptomatic myeloma want to participate in treatment decision making. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41(4), 411-419.

Tariman, J. D., Doorenbos, A., Schepp, K. G., Singhal, S., & Berry, D. L.  (2014). Information needs priorities in patients diagnosed with cancer: A systematic review. Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology, 2014(5), 115-122. ​