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Sass Elisha EdD, CRNA, FAAN

Sass been an academic and clinical educator since 2000. Dr. Elisha believes in the concept of a learning community where knowledge and ideas are shared to augment everyone’s understanding. As a result, he has made it a priority to disseminate information by contributing to multiple publications including Nurse Anesthesia, Case Management in Nurse Anesthesia and Crises Management in Nurse Anesthesia. His participation in additional scholarly activities help to further serve nurse anesthetists; publications including original research, a past COA director, a speaker at local, state and national conferences, and a volunteer for high school children who are interested in a career in healthcare.

“I seek a method where teachers teach less and learners learn more.” Johann Comenius

Jeremy Heiner EdD, CRNA

Jeremy Heiner is a clinician and an educator. Dr. Heiner incorporates his favorite quote by Teddy Roosevelt into his clinical and educational practice: “Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”

Since 2004, Dr. Heiner has been working as a certified registered nurse anesthetist and assumed a position as an academic and clinical educator in 2008. Dr. Heiner has contributed to CRNA learning by producing clinically based anesthesia and critical care films, authoring textbooks and journal articles, presenting various anesthesia concepts at local, state, & national meetings, and chairing a NBCRNA test committee. He has over 10 years in independent practice and 15 years in an ACT model.

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