Katie Kemble DNP, FNP-C, AOCNP, ARNP
My research interests include dissemination and implementation science specifically related to cancer survivorship quality of issues and cancer survivorship rehabilitation.
I co-teach Health Promotion (NURS 552) for the PCH department and am the NP clinical placement coordinator for Confluence Health in Wenatchee, WA. and coordinate clinical rotations for NPs in Chelan and Okanogan Counties. I have a clinical practice at Confluence Health and work in oncology/hematology, plus provide outreach oncology services in Omak, WA. I am a graduate from the UW SoN and while obtaining my master’s degree, I was the PI of a research project funded by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command, which investigated the effect of low to moderate intensity exercise on fatigue in breast cancer survivors.
I specialize in program development and am the president of the EASE Cancer Foundation based in Cashmere, WA. EASE is the acronym for exercise and survivorship education.
Psychosocial and Community Health
- ADN, Wenatchee Valley College, 1981.
- BSN, Oregon Health Science University, 1998
- FNP/PA certificates, Stanford University, 1999
- MN, University of Washington, 2006.
- DNP, University of Washington, 2009
What classes do you teach?
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
What I love about the UW School of Nursing are all the amazing mentors I’ve had and rich experiences. The learning opportunities combined with dynamic faculty and students has been priceless. I’m so grateful!
- Cancer Survivorship and Rehabilitation
- Dissemination and Implementation Science
- Innovative Interventions
- Symptom Science
- Lifespan Health
- Burnham, T., Peters, J., Conner, H., Kemble, L., D’Acquisto, L., (2014). Cancer survivorship rehabilitation program: preliminary results. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 2:194.doi: 10.4172/2329-9096.1000194.
- Burnham, T., Kemble, K (2008). Body Composition and Flexibility Changes in Exercising Breast Cancer Survivors. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise:Volume 40:5 Supplement.
- Kemble, K., Burnham, T. (2006). Aerobic Exercise Decreases Depression and Anxiety in Breast Cancer Survivors. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 38:5 Supplement.