Katherine Donahue is a pediatric nurse practitioner in the Center for Cancer and Blood. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in biology from the College of Charleston, she went on to receive her nursing degree from Trident College in Charleston, South Carolina. She graduated with honors from New York University in 2013 with her Advanced Practice Nursing degree with a focus in pediatric primary care. She is an active member on the local and national level of the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses, where she currently serves as the past president to the National Capital Chapter, and is the vice chair of the Advocacy Committee. Her work experience has focused on the care of oncology patients and their families from the time of diagnosis and into cancer survivorship, with a special interest in the AYA patient population. Katherine enjoys providing education to patients, families, colleagues, and the public, and has spoken about her work in cancer care and survivorship on Sirius XM radio, for APHON, and at community events.
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- Children's National Medical Center
- Washington, DC