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The GWish Project, Advancing Spiritual Care in Everyday Clinical Practice, was launched to impact a significant shift in how spiritual care is delivered in health systems worldwide. We have partnered with multiple organizations to increase awareness about the role spiritual health plays in whole person care and accessibility for all who need it.


Clinicians, Chaplains, Health Systems, Universities, Foundations—working together to create new standards in whole person care.


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Clinicians and chaplains working together for systemic change.

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Creating an evidence-base for the impact of interprofessional spiritual care on whole person health.

GWish Partners

We welcome the support of foundations, universities, medical facilities, non-profit organizations, corporations, government entities, and individuals who care as deeply as we do about this work.


Highlighting Spiritual Needs In Healthcare

WATCH: The high-stakes demands of today’s healthcare systems and the critical need to address spiritual health in whole person care.


News and Community

The George Washington University Institute for Spirituality (GWish) recently announced the recipients of five $100,000 grants in support of demonstration projects to develop and implement interprofessional spiritual care models that can be tested in multiple health settings.

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