Karyn Brundige is a pediatric nurse practitioner in the bone marrow failure and hematology programs at Dana Farber/Boston-Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. She received both of her nursing degrees at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland and was a hematology/oncology nurse practitioner fellow at Texas Children's Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
Prior to moving to Boston in 2016, she was a nurse practitioner for 18 years at Seattle Children's Hospital where she cared for children with leukemia, bone marrow failure syndromes, PTLD, HLH and hematological disorders. She has presented nationally at the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses annual conference since 2004 and has been a guest speaker at regional conferences including the Southern California Chapter of APHON and the Florida Association of Pediatric Tumor Programs. She has authored content for APHON Counts, the Core Curriculum, Foundations of Pediatric Hematology Nursing, and the ITP family handbook, and was a content reviewer for APHON’s Telephone Triage Guidelines. Her passion is educating nurses, patients, and their families.
- Roundtable: Mentoring (RT6)
Starvation, Death, and Destruction: The Battlefield of AVN (213)
Running on Empty: Inherited Bone Marrow Failure (219)
Town Hall: Challenges of Opioid Prescribing Under New Federal Guidelines (TH10)
- Boston Children's Hospital
- Cambridge, Massachusetts