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Christine Pintz is a Professor at the George Washington University School of Nursing. As a clinician, educator, and researcher, Dr. Pintz uses technology to develop and evaluate educational tools that prepare students to care for underserved populations, work in interprofessional teams, care for patients with chronic illnesses, integrate social determinants of health or develop diagnostic reasoning skills.

As an early adopter of technology and innovation, she received $5 million in funding to support this work and has disseminated these field-tested innovations through national and international organizations. She has received teaching awards from Sigma and George Washington University. To complement her academic and clinical work, she became a certified executive and leadership coach to help existing and emerging nurse leaders reach their full potential. She has taught innovation and entrepreneurship to graduate students and nurse leaders who learn to collaborate on improving the patient experience and are prepared to advance change by adopting entrepreneurial mindsets. She has been a nurse practitioner program director, DNP program director, and associate dean for graduate programs. She serves on the National Organization of Nurse Practitioners NONPF Board of Directors as a Member-at-Large.

Dr. Pintz received her BSN from Ursuline College, her MSN from the University of Pennsylvania, and her Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.


Christine Pintz



George Washington University

District Of Columbia

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