Dr. Bernadette (Bernie) Pauly

Dr. Bernadette (Bernie) Pauly
School of Nursing
Office: Technology Enterprise Facility, Room 261


Area of expertise

Substance use; harm reduction (Needle and syringe distribution, supervised consumption sites, managed alcohol programs, drug checking, Naloxone distribution, peer to peer support); safer supply, overdose responses, health equity; social determinants of health; vulnerable populations; public health systems and services, nursing ethics; public health ethics; access to health care; homelessness, housing, community engaged research, qualitative research; mixed methods

In addition to my appointment as an Associate Profession in Nursing, I am a scientist in the Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia. Currently, I am co-chair of the School of Nursing Research and Scholarship and a member of the School Advisory Committee.  At the undergraduate level, I teach nursing research and public health nursing.  At the graduate level, I teach an elective in public health nursing and social justice.

Bernie Pauly: Community Engaged Nurse Scholar website