Kaori Donohue, C.R.N.A., M.S.N.
PhD student, OHSU School of Nursing
Lives in: Beaverton, OR
Advisor: Kim Jones, F.N.P., Ph.D. (chair); Mary Karlet, C.R.N.A, Ph.D.; Scott Mist, Ph.D.; and Michael Christopher Ph.D.
Graduate nursing education, student stress, mindfulness
Mindfulness as a moderator of the relationship between cognitive appraisal and perceived stress in student nurse anesthetists
As a 10-year service veteran with the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, my doctoral education is partly supported by the VA Post-9/11 GI Bill.
T-32 Pre-doctoral Training Award (2011-2012)
PublicationsYauger YJ, Bryngelson JA, Donohue K, et al. Patient outcomes comparing CRNA-administered peripheral nerve blocks and general anesthetics: a retrospective chart review in a US Army same-day surgery center. AANA J. 2010;78(3):215–220.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Western Institute of Nursing
Conference attendance or participation as an OHSU Student:
2013 AANA Annual Meeting
14th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare
6th Annual WISER Nursing Simulation Symposium
47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference (WIN)
I was born and grew up in Shizuoka, Japan, watching Japanese anime TV shows and reading manga books just like all my generation of Japanese kids did. I’ve moved a lot after my college: Tokyo, Okinawa, England (RAF Lakenheath), Alaska, Oklahoma, Navajo reservation, before settling in Beaverton, OR in 2012 to study full time for my PhD. I live with my husband of 19 years, Sean who is a USAF veteran, a retired show dog Shiba Inu, and the family of 3 Maine Coon cats. We enjoy RV traveling in our 42-ft motorhome with all our pets.