The GW Institute for Spirituality and Health, housed within the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has received a $500,000 gift from the Kanarek Family Foundation to support its Interprofessional Spiritual Care Education Curriculum.
Villages of Kensington brings you a discussion with Christina Puchalski, MD, MS, FACP, FAAHPM. Dr. Puchalski is a pioneer and international leader in the movement to integrate spirituality into healthcare in both clinical settings and medical education.
(CNN) - To gather or not to gather has been the question at the forefront of the minds of today's religious leaders and their church members.
Christina Puchalski, MD ’94, RESD ’97, founding director of GWish, and colleagues at GW, received international attention for their innovative training for professionals in the often-neglected area of spiritual care.
Christina Puchalski, MD, director of the George Washington University (GW) Institute for Spirituality and Health, professor of medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and medical director of professional health hospice of Washington, DC, was n
Dr. Christina Puchalski, Professor of Medicine and Health Science and Director at The George Washington University's Institute for Spirituality and Health discusses the spiritual side of palliative care in a live interview with EWTN.
In August 2017, BQO’s M. Anthony Mills visited Christina Puchalski at the George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health (GWish) in Washington, D.C. Dr. Puchalski is professor at George Washington University’s School of Medicine and founding director of GWish.
GWish's 9th Annual Spirituality and health Summer Institute and 4th Annual Platinum Dinner are recognized in SMHS' Medicine & Health magazine!
GWish's 15th Anniversary & GWish Award for Excellence in Interprofessional Spiritual Care recognized in SMHS' Medicine & Health magazine!
Dr. Christina Puchaski, MD, FACP, FAAHPM was featured in PBS show about the important role of Spirituality in patient care, the improved outcomes that result from having chaplains available for patients, and the benefits of medical institutions of having better patient satisfaction.