Megan Kaulius

Research Projects and Resources Manager


As the Research Program Manager, Megan provides operations management for the CARMHA team, and manages the Improving Systems of Service for People with Complex Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders project, which aims to create new knowledge to inform practical improvements for the delivery of healthcare services for people with complex and concurrent disorders (CCD).

Most recently, Megan worked as the Health and Wellness Program Manager at Pacific Blue Cross. In this role, Megan provided thought leadership on innovative and effective health promotion strategies through large-scale implementation and management of evidence-based health programming and knowledge translation throughout British Columbia. Additionally, she served as a Director on the Pacific Blue Cross Health Foundation Board, providing direction in the allocation of financial support to improve health outcomes throughout the province.

Megan holds a BAH in Psychology (Queen’s University) and an MA in Kinesiology (UBC). Megan completed her Master’s degree in the Psychology of Health, Exercise and Physical Activity Lab, where she developed, implemented, and assessed a novel mobile-based intervention aimed to increase undergraduate students’ well-being and exercise behaviour. Megan simultaneously worked as the Project Manager on a SSHRC-funded study to provide a cost-effective intervention to elementary school teachers to increase students' enjoyment of and engagement in physical activity. Megan’s research interests include health promotion, well-being, and knowledge translation.