The Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing held its first Telehealth Conference for Graduate Nursing Faculty on Saturday, January 5, 2019.  Conference participants included nursing faculty from Duke University, University of South Carolina, Francis Marion University, University of Central Florida and Augusta University. Topics included the history and future of telehealth, what Advance Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) need to know about telehealth, how to use telehealth equipment, technology needs, what mobile health is, and how to integrate telehealth into the nursing curriculum.  The day ended with a tour of the Center for Telehealth and provided attendees the opportunity for hands-on practice with various telehealth equipment.  The conference was well received by attendees as demonstrated by the following post-conference survey comments:  "Great introduction. I encourage you to replicate this/continue to disseminate this info." "This was extremely beneficial for me. I will be integrating this information and modules into my part of our DNP curriculum."  "Very beneficial. This expanded my knowledge greatly regarding available equipment and the incorporation of telehealth into graduate nursing education." MUSC CON plans to make the conference an annual event, with plans to reach out nationally.  This work was supported in part by the HRSA Advanced Nursing Education Workforce [Grant# T94HP30872, 2017 - 2019].  Conference organizers included Katherine E. Chike-Harris, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, NE, Kathy van Ravenstein, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, and Elizabeth Harmon, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC.