Ali R. Tayyeb Ph.D., RN-BC, PHN

ali R. Tayyeb Ph.D., RN-BC, PHN
Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services
Patricia A. Chin School of Nursing
Office Location: ST 405
Email: atayyeb2@calstatela.edu

 

INTRODUCTION

Dr. Tayyeb is a double alum of California State University, Los Angeles and a United States Navy Veteran, having served as a United States Navy Fleet Marine Force Corpsman with Naval Medical Center San Diego, 1st Marine Division, and 3rd Marine Division.

After his military service, Dr. Tayyeb pursued his career as a Registered Nurse, earning his Bachelors and Masters degree in Nursing from California State University, Los Angeles and his Ph.D. from the University of San Diego. Dr. Tayyeb has his Nursing License and Public Health Nurse Certificate through the California State Board of Registered Nursing and is Nationally Certified as a Nursing Professional Development Specialist through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.  Dr. Tayyeb’s experiences in the healthcare field include combat trauma, emergency medicine, education, Human Patient Simulation, professional development, Veterans healthcare, and policy.

Dr. Tayyeb is a Jonas Center Veterans Healthcare Scholar and currently serves as an Assistant Professor at the Patricia A. Chin School of Nursing, Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services, California State University, Los Angeles.  

TEACHING INTERESTS

Dr. Tayyeb's teaching interest include: Nursing Fundementals, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Nursing Research, Nursing Education, Human Patient Simulation, Nursing Informatics, Nursing Professional Practice, Healthcare Policy, Nursing Leadership. 

RESEARCH

Research interests in Veterans related research include: Transition, Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Depression, Alcohol and Drug abuse, Pain, Suicide, Family environment, Disenfranchisement, Policy, Advocacy, Culture, Veteran Benefits & Reintegration.


PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Title Date

“Bad Papers”: The Invisible and Increasing Costs of War for Excluded Veteranshttp://watson.brown.edu/costsofwar/files/cow/imce/papers/2017/Tayyeb%20Greenburg_Bad%20Papers%20.pdf 

2017
The Effect of the Character of Discharge on Reintegration into the Civilian Community: A Phenomenological Study   2017
Disposable, Dispensable, & Disabled - "Bad Paper" Veteran Challenges in Reintegration  2017

 


 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Nursing 2017

  • University of San Diego
    San Diego , CA

M.S. Nursing Education 2010

  • California State University, Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA

B.S. Nursing 2007

  • California State University, Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA
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