Andrew Prevett

Andrew Prevett

PhD Student, Faculty of Arts and Education, Mr


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Currently involved in research at Charles Sturt University.

Research Interests

Andrew Prevett is a distinguished police officer and soldier, whose research interests are focused on improving the health and wellbeing of veterans, with a specific focus on understanding their behavioural patterns in accessing support services. Through his doctoral research, he aims to shed light on the multifaceted influences that shape veterans' decision-making processes in seeking assistance, with particular attention given to confounding factors that may impede or facilitate their help-seeking behaviours.

The significance of this research lies in its potential to generate novel insights and evidence-based solutions for addressing the disproportionally high rate of suicide among veterans. Additionally, the research could contribute to enhancing the long-term wellbeing and functioning of this diverse cultural group. Such insights could facilitate the creation of tailored interventions that can effectively address the unique needs and difficulties faced by this group.

Andrew’s research interests align with a strong commitment to serving and advocating for the wellbeing of veterans, and he is deeply invested in leveraging his expertise to generate actionable knowledge that can drive positive social change.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours), 1st Class, Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 06 Apr 2023

External positions

Veteran Welfare Officer & Advocate, Returned and Services League of South Australia

01 Mar 2021 → …

Operational Police Officer (Brevet Sergeant), South Australian Police Department

10 Mar 2005 → …

Army Soldier (Sergeant), Australian Defence Force

12 Dec 1999 → …


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