Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke

Completed PhD student
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Andrew Clarke

At the beginning of 2016 Andrew started his Doctoral degree in psychology through Central Queensland University (CQU), under the supervision of Professor Kevin Ronan (CQU), Dr Briony Towers (RMIT) and Dr Winyu Chinthammit (UTAS). This project titled 'A Mixed Methodological Evaluation of the effectiveness of Key Safety Messages in dealing with stressful structural fire environments,' focussed on the effectiveness of Key Safety Messages under emergency conditions.

Andrew graduated from CQU with a Graduate Certificate in Research in 2020.

Student project

The main aim of this research into the School Fire Education Program is to evaluate and establish the level of its effectiveness across a number of cohorts and across time. Within that overall aim, a more targeted aim of this research is to investigate and review Key Safety Messages by examining their retention and application (including under stress) at the completion of the SFEP.
Supervisory panel:
This should be of alarm to everyone
18 Sep 2018
Tasmanian Fire Service are undergoing a rigorous process of evaluating their School Fire Education...
What is missing in disaster resilience education evaluations?
29 Jun 2017
There is a real need in disaster resilience education for a more complete evaluation process by...
Andrew Clarke Conference Poster 2016
12 Aug 2016
This study investigated the retention of Key Fire Safety Messages (KFSM) by students and their...

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