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.