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Dr Fraser Tull, Research Fellow
Training profile

Fraser has been involved in training program design and delivery for a number of BehaviourWorks Australia (BWA) clients, both for the BWA masterclass and within the bespoke executive education training program. In particular, he has led the INSPIRE framework for improving written communications course and developed sessions around project evaluation and impact assessment, research methods and design.

Fraser also delivers workshops on how to evaluate behaviour change programs and how behavioural science approaches can be used to inform intervention development and implementation. Fraser teaches into the masters unit ‘Understanding human behaviour to influence change’, recognised for excellence by Monash University.

Academic profile

Fraser holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (Hons) from Deakin University and recently completed a PhD in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University. Fraser joined BehaviourWorks in 2014 and has been a Researcher-in-Residence with WorkSafe Victoria, Environment Protection Authority Victoria and Department of Transport (formerly VicRoads).

Within this space, Fraser has conducted field trials examining the impact of interventions to reduce illegal rubbish dumping, reduce occupational violence against healthcare workers, encourage injured workers to attend medical examinations and encourage car dealerships to sign-up for online services.

Fraser recently managed a highly successful series of Randomised Control Trials to boost vaccination rates within the Secondary School Vaccination Program (Vic). This work has been undertaken in partnership with the Behavioural Insights Unit and the Department of Health and Human Services.