About the Authors Dr. Albert Rundio is a former Vice President of Nursing at Shore Medical Center in New Jersey, current Associate Dean for Post Licensure Nursing Programs at Drexel University, and President of the IntNSA. In 1999, he was awarded the Governor's Nursing Merit Award for Advanced Practice Nursing in New Jersey. He was the first nurse to serve on the editorial board of The Merck Manual of Medical Information - Home Editions. He is co-author of the Nurse Executive Review and Resource Manual (2010) and of The Doctor of Nursing Practice: The Nurse Executive Role (2012), and author of The Nurse Manager's Guide to Budgeting and Finance (2012). Dr. William J. Lorman is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner, board certified psychiatric clinical nurse specialist, and certified advanced practice addictions specialist (CARN-AP). He serves on the medical staff at Livengrin Foundation in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, where he is also Chief Clinical Officer, responsible for all medical, nursing and counseling staff and all clinical programming. In his private practice, he works with adults who suffer from a full range of psychiatric disorders, and specializes in addiction psychiatry. He utilizes a psychoanalytic-medical model and provides services including individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management.