A/Prof Craig L Fry
A/Prof Craig L Fry
Centre for Cultural Diversity and Wellbeing
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TitleCited byYear
Drug consumption facilities in Europe and the establishment of supervised injecting centres in Australia
K Dolan, J Kimber, C Fry, J Fitzgerald, D McDonald, F Trautmann
Drug and alcohol review 19 (3), 337-346, 2000
1902000
For love or money? An exploratory study of why injecting drug users participate in research
C Fry, R Dwyer
Addiction 96 (9), 1319-1325, 2001
1832001
Buprenorphine diversion and injection in Melbourne, Australia: an emerging issue?
RA Jenkinson, NC Clark, CL Fry, M Dobbin
Addiction 100 (2), 197-205, 2005
1612005
Australian drug trends 2001: findings of the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS)
L Topp, S Kaye, RB Bruno, M Longo, P Williams, B O'Reilly, CL Fry, ...
University of NSW, 2002
1442002
Trends in morphine prescriptions, illicit morphine use and associated harms among regular injecting drug users in Australia
L Degenhardt, L Degenhardt, E Black, L Degenhardt, E Black, C Breen, ...
Drug and Alcohol Review 25 (5), 403-412, 2006
832006
Transient changes in behaviour lead to heroin overdose: results from a case‐crossover study of non‐fatal overdose
P Dietze, D Jolley, C Fry, G Bammer
Addiction 100 (5), 636-642, 2005
742005
Victorian drug trends 2003: Findings from the illicit drug reporting system (IDRS)
R Jenkinson, P Miller, CL Fry
National Drug and Alcohol Reseach Center, University of NSW, 2004
69*2004
The ethics of reimbursing injecting drug users for public health research interviews: what price are we prepared to pay?
AJ Ritter, A Swan, CL Fry
[Sl]: Elsevier,, 2003
662003
The ethics of paying drug users who participate in research: A review and practical recommendations
CL Fry, W Hall, A Ritter, R Jenkinson
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 1 (4), 21-35, 2006
642006
Paying research participants: a study of current practices in Australia
CL Fry, A Ritter, S Baldwin, KJ Bowen, P Gardiner, T Holt, R Jenkinson, ...
Journal of medical ethics 31 (9), 542-547, 2005
622005
Ethical challenges and responses in harm reduction research: promoting applied communitarian ethics
CL Fry, C Treloar, L Maher
Drug and alcohol review 24 (5), 449-459, 2005
582005
When is a little knowledge dangerous?: circumstances of recent heroin overdose and links to knowledge of overdose risk factors
P Dietze, D Jolley, CL Fry, G Bammer, D Moore
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 84 (3), 223-230, 2006
522006
Establishing safe injecting rooms in Australia: attitudes of injecting drug users
C Fry, S Fox, G Rumbold
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 23 (5), 501-504, 1999
511999
A survey of regular ecstasy users’ knowledge and practices around determining pill content and purity: Implications for policy and practice
J Johnston, MJ Barratt, CL Fry, S Kinner, M Stoové, L Degenhardt, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 17 (6), 464-472, 2006
502006
Injecting drug user attitudes towards rules for supervised injecting rooms: Implications for uptake
CL Fry
International Journal of Drug Policy 13 (6), 471-476, 2002
432002
Recent trends in benzodiazepine use by injecting drug users in Victoria and Tasmania
CL Fry, RB Bruno
Drug and Alcohol Review 21 (4), 363-367, 2002
422002
Positive and negative aspects of participation in illicit drug research: implications for recruitment and ethical conduct
MJ Barratt, JS Norman, CL Fry
International Journal of Drug Policy 18 (3), 235-238, 2007
402007
Drug use and risk among regular injecting drug users in Australia: does age make a difference?
L Degenhardt, L Degenhardt, SA Kinner, L Degenhardt, SA Kinner, ...
Drug and Alcohol Review 27 (4), 357-360, 2008
382008
Intentional overdose among heroin overdose survivors
P Heale, P Dietze, C Fry
Journal of Urban Health 80 (2), 230-237, 2003
362003
A study of the impact of the heroin'drought'in Melbourne: Results of the Drug Availability Monitoring Project (DAMP)
P Miller, C Fry, P Dietze
Melbourne: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, 2001
362001
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