Theresa M Campo DNP, APRN, FAANP, FAAN is Chair of the Department of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Director of the Emergency Nurse Practitioner Track as well as Associate Clinical Professor at Drexel University. Clinically, she is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Emergency Nurse Practitioner, and works part-time as a nurse practitioner in Southern New Jersey. Theresa received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She earned her Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, from Widener University in Chester Pennsylvania. Theresa has over 30 years of experience in emergency medicine, including pre-hospital, emergency department/quick care, and trauma. Dr. Campo is a founding Board Member of the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners, a national organization. She is a national and international lecturer on emergency and urgent care topics. Dr. Campo is the Author of, Medical Imaging for the Health Care Provider: Practical Radiograph Interpretation and has authored several book chapters and peer-reviewed articles. Theresa was inducted as a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) in 2015 and Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in 2017. She has received the alumni award for excellence from Case Western Reserve University and the state award of excellence from AANP. Keith A. Lafferty, MD, FAAEM, received his BA in biology cum laude from Holy Family University in 1989 and his MD from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1994. At the completion of his training, his colleagues bestowed him with the Senior Resident Teaching award. Following his residency in emergency medicine and a fellowship in critical care, he spent 10 years in full time academia as a medical student director and a critical care director. Dr. Lafferty currently is the Co-Director of Emergency Medicine at Gulf Coast Medical Center, Director of Fire-based EMS in Fort Myers Florida, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Temple University, board member of the Holy Family University Pre-Medical committee, and board member of the Holy Family University President's Advisory Committee. As a physician, Dr. Lafferty specializes in emergency medicine and practices in both Philadelphia and Ft Myers, Florida. As an author, he has written numerous chapters and manuscripts, mostly having to do with critical care procedures of emergency medicine, with an emphasis on advanced airway management. He has presented many of his research papers at the local and national levels. Because of his training, practice and teaching in both emergency and critical care medicine, he passionately advocates the hybridization of these specialties in caring for the sickest of patients. Dr. Lafferty has traveled to Haiti participating in mission expeditions after the devastating earthquake and continues to work with and educate Haitian physicians. The continuing evolution of bedside sonography has no doubt lent itself to bringing diagnostic and procedural accuracy to the most remote and vulnerable areas. Those experiences are reminiscent of his own humble beginnings growing up with his mother and sister in Philadelphia housing projects. Stemming from this, he also serves as Chair of the Board for both a local housing authority and a nonprofit benefiting such people. Providing medical care for the most indigent and teaching evidence-based medicine are the essence of his dedication to excellence in medicine. Thomas G. Costantino Jr. MD, received his BS in anthropology-zoology from the University of Michigan graduating magna cum laude. He received his MD from the University of Michigan as well. He completed his emergency medicine residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and stayed to become their first emergency ultrasound fellow. He has worked at Drexel University College of Medicine and is currently a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine where he is the director of the Point of Care Ultrasound Fellowship in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Costantino has had the privilege of receiving several awards for excellence in teaching as well as serving in different leadership positions in different national medical organizations and peer reviewed journals. He has published numerous scholarly articles relating to the field of emergency point of care ultrasound. He would like to extend a special thanks to Katie for her video and photo editing assistance. Jacob W. Ufberg, MD, received his BA in the Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude. He received his MD from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. He completed his emergency medicine residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, and then returned to Temple to join the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Ufberg is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at Temple and has been the Director of the Temple University Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program for more than 15 years. Dr. Ufberg also serves as the Associate Dean for Admissions at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. Dr. Ufberg has published extensively in the emergency medicine literature and has lectured broadly on numerous emergency medicine topics. He has held national leadership positions related to emergency medicine education and is a past recipient of the Program Director of the Year Award from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Resident and Student Association. Jennifer Wilbeck, DNP, APRN, FAAN, FAANP, is a Professor of Nursing at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing and the Emergency NP (ENP) Academic Director. She has over 20 years of experience providing acute and emergency care in a variety of rural, suburban & tertiary care settings. Dr. Wilbeck received her Master of Science in Nursing (Acute Care Nurse Practitioner) and post-master's certificate (Family Nurse Practitioner) from Vanderbilt University and her Doctor of Nursing practice from the Medical College of Georgia. Her efforts have promoted the Emergency Nurse Practitioners (ENP) role nationally and internationally to support delivery of high-quality emergency care through education, service, practice and advocacy. Outside of her leadership within academia, Jennifer serves as an advocate for the ENP role nationally. She was the founding Board Chair for the first national specialty professional organization for ENP practice, the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners where she continues to serve in various roles.