- Assistant Professor
Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN): UW-Milwaukee
Master of Science Nursing (MSN): Pediatric CNS and PNP Programs: UW-Madison
Doctor of Philosophy Nursing (PhD): UW-Milwaukee
Positions and Honors
University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Nursing Fellowship Award: Nursing Care of Premature Infants (1990-1992)
University of Wisconsin-Madison Rural Health Nursing Fellowship (1992)
South Carolina Palmetto Gold Nursing Award 2013 (Top 100 Nurses in SC to Impact Population Health)
UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Dean’s Award (PhD Program) (2014-2018)
UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Chancellor’s Award (2014-2018)
Journal of Human Lactation: Top 10 Most Read Manuscripts of 2016 (Haase,B. et al. (2016) Domperidone for treatment of low milk supply in breast pump-dependent mothers of premature infants: A clinical protocol. Journal of Human Lactation. 32(2), 373-381)
Haase, B., Barreira, J., Murphy, P., Mueller, M. & Rhodes, J. (2009). The development of an accurate test weighing technique for preterm and high-risk hospitalized infants. Journal of Breastfeeding Medicine, 4(3), 151-156.
Haase, B., Taylor, S.N., Mauldin, J., Johnson, T. & Wagner, C.L. (2016). Domperidone for treatment of low milk supply in breast pump-dependent mothers of hospitalized premature infants: A clinical protocol. Journal of Human Lactation. 32(2), 373-381
Haase, B. A., "Fat and caloric content of breast milk of mothers of premature infants: comparison of high vs. low volume producers and the impact of volume in single pumping sessions and the interval between pumping sessions" (2018). Theses and Dissertations. 1813.https://dc.uwm.edu/etd/1813
Haase, B., Johnson, T.S & Wagner, C.L. (2018). Facilitating colostrum collection by hospitalized women in the early postpartum period for infant trophic feeding and oral immune therapy. JOGGN, 47, 654-660. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jogn.2018.05.003.
Haase, B., Brennan, E. & Wagner, C.L. (2019). Efficacy of the International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC): Have we made an impact on breastfeeding families in the last decade? Journal of Human Lactation, August Special Issue: State of the Science, 35(3), 441-452.
Wagner, C.L, Taylor, S.N. & Haase, B. (2019). Designing longitudinal clinical studies involving lactating women. Journal of Human Lactation, 35(1), 32-36. doi:10.1777/0890334418812362.
Haase, B., Taylor, S.N & Johnson, T.S. (2018). Fat and caloric content of breast milk of hospitalized premature infants: comparison of high vs. average to low volume producers, the impact of volume in the breast at single pumping sessions and the interval between pumping sessions. Journal of Breastfeeding Medicine: Abstracts of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine Conference, San Francisco, CA. doi: 10.10891/bfm.2018.29106.abstracts.
Haase, B., Taylor, S.N, Morella, K., Johnson, T. & Wagner, C.L. (2016) Abstract P-11: Domperidone for the treatment of low milk supply in mothers of hospitalized premature infants: a multidisciplinary development of safe prescribing practices and a retrospective chart review (2010-2014) of maternal response to treatment. Journal of Breastfeeding Medicine, Abstracts of the International Society of Researchers of Human Milk and Lactation, Stellenbosch, South Africa. Also presented at the MUSC Women’s Health Research Conference (2017)
Taylor, S., Finch, C., Haase, B., Barreira, J. & Annibale, D. (2013). Are very low birth weight infants able to avoid growth failure with predominantly human milk feedings? Annual International Meeting of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, 2013.
Wagner, C.L., Murphy, P.K., Haase, B. & Barreira, J. Domperidone in the treatment of low milk supply in mothers of critically ill infants. Annual International Meeting of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, 2011.
Taylor, S., Barreira, J., Haase, B., Murphy, P., Mauldin, J., Browning, D., Hulsey, T., Ebeling, M. & Wagner, C.L. Multidisciplinary improvement of hospital lactation support process: impact on mother’s milk delivery to infants. Annual International Meeting of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, 2011
White, K., West, D., Sharpe, M., Murphy, P, Haase, B., Barreira, J. BRAVO! Breastfeeding: An education performance, Medical University of South Carolina, Vermont Oxford Fall Conference, 2008.
Local and international invited speaking engagements (2000-present)
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR THE SUPPORT OF BREASTFEEDING OF PREMATURE AND MEDICALLY COMPLEX INFANTS, MUSC, 2019
MANAGEMENT OF COMMON LACTATION PROBLEMS IN THE OB OUTPATIENT SETTING, MUSC OB Grand Rounds Presentation, February 2017
TREATMENT OF LOW MILK SUPPLY IN MOTHERS OF PREMATURE INFANTS: BENEFITS/RISKS OF DOMPERIDONE AND SAFE PRESCRIBING PRACTICES, Department of MUSC OB/GYN, Grand Rounds Presentation, 2016
HINDMILK INTERVENTION IN THE HIGH-RISK NURSERY: OPTIMIZING WEIGHT GAIN OF AT RISK INFANTS: delivered at “The Lactation Conference”, April and September, 2012
LACTATION SUPPORT OF A DIABETIC MOTHER, MUSC Perinatal Update, 2011 (also delivered as a webinar in February 2012 for the International Lactation Consultant Association)
SUPPORTING BREASTFEEDING IN THE HIGH-RISK NURSERY: Neonatal Nutrition Conference, University of Minneapolis Children’s Hospital, 2008
TRANSITIONING PRETERM INFANTS TO THE BREAST AND CUE BASED FEEDINGS: University of Minnesota Neonatal Nutrition Conference, 2008
IMPLEMENTATION OF EVIDENCE-BASED BREASTFEEDING PRACTICES FOR HOSPITALIZED INFANTS IN A HIGH-RISK NURSERY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM APPROACH, 2006-2007, presented at the ILCA conference 2007 and the Wolf and Glass Sucking and Swallowing Disorders Conference, Columbia, SC.
BREASTFEEDING TEAM LEADER PROGRAM (2004-2008) (MUSC): development and implementation of an in-depth training program for bedside nursing leaders in evidence-based breastfeeding practices for high-risk nurseries
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TRAINING PROGRAM ( MUSC): development of lectures for resident physicians in breastfeeding practices including anatomy/physiology and management of breastfeeding problems
BREASTFEEDING IN HIGH RISK NURSERIES, member of expert panel discussion with Paula Meier, PhD at SC Breastfeeding Coalition Conference,2005
INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF BREASTFEEDING IN THE FIRST 14 DAYS: presented at three Belgian Child and Family Health (Kind en Gezin) conference,2000-2004