Dr. Phillips is a board certified Emergency Medicine specialist from Boston, MA. He is a full-time academic faculty member at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an instructor at Harvard Medical School. In addition to teaching residents and medical students, Dr. Phillips lectures and researches several topics, most notably Healthcare Workplace Violence, Disaster and Counterterrorism Medicine, and Tactical (SWAT) Medicine. He was the first American graduate from the Harvard Affiliated Disaster Medicine and Emergency Management Fellowship in 2014, and is now a core faculty member. He functions as a Tactical Physician for the MA State Police SWAT Team. Dr. Phillips’ interests include disaster medicine, tactical medicine, and the role of medicine in counterterrorism. He has authored textbook chapters on Active Shooter Response, Improvised Explosive Devices, Structure Fires, and medical treatment of hostages. His paper, Workplace Violence Against Healthcare Workers in the United States, was published in the April 28, 2016 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.