Promoting Research Literacy for Improved Patient Outcomes

Paul Galchutt

Paul Galchutt


Paul Galchutt (Cohort 2)

Paul has served ten years as an inpatient palliative and staff chaplain with University of Minnesota Health.

His health care chaplaincy work began with a Catholic healthcare system in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area, where he also served as the bereavement and critical incident stress management coordinator. Prior to chaplaincy, he served for several years as a pastor of an Evangelical Lutheran Church in America congregation in the Chicago area. His research interests include chaplaincy care outcomes in the outpatient clinic; how spiritual assessment shapes chaplaincy scope of practice; and how interdisciplinary expressive writing groups foster staff well-being. He is pursuing an MPH in Community Health Promotion from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

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