Lorraine J. Tulman
Dr. Tulman received her BA from New York University, her BS from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, her MS from Russell Sage College, and her DNSc from the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Tulman teaches in the undergraduate, masters, doctoral and postdoctoral programs. She teaches the core undergraduate courses in statistics (Nursing 230) and research methods (Nursing 260), the masters research course (Nursing 637), and the doctoral quantitative research methods course (Nursing 754). She supervises pre and postdoctoral fellows and leads seminars in the NIH-funded institutional NRSA (T32). She also offers an elective doctoral seminar on health status, functional status, and quality of life (Nursing 816). Her excellence in teaching and guidance has been recognized by her receiving the Doctoral Students Organization Faculty Award in 2000.
Dr. Tulman has been conducting research on women’s resumption of their usual life activities during and following life transitions (such as childbearing) and following diagnosis of a serious illness (such as breast cancer and ovarian cancer) for the past 17 years. Her research has been funded by the American Cancer Society and the National Institutes of Health. She is the author of over 50 articles and book chapters. Her book, Women’s Health During and After Pregnancy: A Theory-based Study of Adaptation to Change, was published by Springer Publishing in January 2003.
- Kim, H.J., Barsevick, A. & Tulman, L. (in press). Treatment-related symptom clusters in breast cancer: A secondary analysis. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, .
- Tulman, L. & Watts, R. (in press). Development and testing of the blueprint for integratin of cultural competence in the curriculum questionnaire (BICCCQ). Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), .
- Kim, H. J., Barsevick, A. & Tulman, L. (in press). Predictors of the intensity of symptoms in a cluster in breast cancer. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, .
- Kim, H.J., Barsevick, A. & Tulman, L. (2008). Treatment-related systom clusters in breast cancer: A secondary analysis. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 36, 468-479.
- Tulman, L. & Watts, R. (2008). Development and testing of the blueprint of integration of cultural competence in the curriculum questionnaire (BICCCQ). Journal of Professional Nursing: Official Journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), 24, 161-166.
- Medoff-Cooper, B. & Tulman, L. (2007). Using a focus group to determine care seatuse among mothers of children aged 5 to 7 years. The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 32(5), 165-169.
- Hutchinson, M.K., Davis, B., Jemmott, L.S., Gennaro, S., Tulman, L., Condon, E., Montgomery, A.J. & Servonsky, E.J. (2007). Promoting research partnerships to reduce health disparities among vulnerable populations: Sharing expertise between majority institutions and historically black universities. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 25, Chapter 5.
- Tulman, L. & Fawcett, J. (2007). Development of the comprehensive inventory of functioning - cancer. Cancer Nursing, 30, 205-212.
- Wilmouth, M.C., Tulman, L., Coleman, E.A., Stewart, C.B & Samarel, N. (2006). Women’s perceptions of the effectiveness of telephone support and education on their adjustment to breast cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 33, 138-144.
- Kim, H.J., McGuire, D.B., Tulman, L. & Barsevick, A.M. (2005). Symptom clusters: Concept analysis and clinical implications for cancer nursing. Cancer Nursing, 28, 270-282.