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Fraser completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (with Honours) from Deakin University and a PhD in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University.

Fraser has been with BehaviourWorks Australia since 2015. During this time, he has been a researcher-in-residence at WorkSafe Victoria, VicRoads and the Environment Protection Authority, Victoria.

He has extensive experience in developing and evaluating behaviour change interventions across a variety of domains, including tackling illegal rubbish dumping, reducing occupational violence against healthcare workers, encouraging injured workers to attend medical examinations, encouraging car dealers to sign-up for online services, and boosting vaccination rates in the Secondary school vaccine program, to name a few.

Fraser plays an active role in both accredited and non-accredited teaching and training. He teaches ENS5520 Understanding Human Behaviour to Influence Change (Week 3 - Models of Behaviour; & Week 10 - Evaluating behaviour change interventions) and delivers workshops to public servants and other audiences on how to evaluate interventions and how behavioural science can be used to inform intervention development.

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