Richard Haas, Ph.D., CRNA, PHRN
YCP/WellSpan Health Nurse Anesthetist Program
- BSN, Georgetown University (1976)
- EdM, Boston University (1983)
MS, State University of New York at Buffalo (1985)
- PhD, University of South Carolina (2003)
- Registered Nurse
- PHRN (Pre-Hospital Registered Nurse)
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
- Introduction to Anesthesia (MS in Nursing)
- Anesthesia and Co-Existing Diseases (MS in Nursing)
- Clinical Correlation Conference, Junior Level 1 (MS in Nursing)
- Anatomy and Physiology for Nurse Anesthetists, 1 and 2 (MS in Nursing)
- Pharmacology of Anesthetic Agents and Adjunct Agents (MS in Nursing)
- Stress and Working Memory
- Simulation in Anesthesia
- Simulation in Health Care
- Stress and Success in Education
- Best Overall Abstract, International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), 2011. Haas, RE, Nater UM, Patterson D, Lowe J, Burtnett H, Arbittier D. Physiologic stress levels in student nurse anesthetists during simulated and actual induction of general anesthesia.
- Crowley, R., & Haas, R. (2010). Total knee arthroplasty in a patient with diastrophic dwarfism. AANA Journal, 78(5), 366-368.
- Haas, R. E. (2009). Socratic instruction for Heinrichs and Thompson. In A resource for nurse anesthesia educators. Park Ridge, IL: AANA Publishing Company.