Refereed journal articles
Snoek, A., Fry, C.L. (2015), Lessons in biopolitics and agency: Agamben on addiction. The New Bioethics, 21(2), 128-141.
Spriggs, M., Fry, C.L. (2015), Clarifying ethical responsibilities in paediatric biobanking. American Journal of Bioethics – Empirical Bioethics.
Barnett, A., Fry, C.L. (2015), The clinical impact of the brain disease model of alcohol and drug addiction: Exploring the attitudes of community-based AOD clinicians in Australia. Neuroethics. DOI 10.1007/s12152-015-9236-5.
Dietze, P., Horyniak, D., Agius, P., Munir, V., Smit, deV., Johnston, J., Fry, C.L., Degenhardt, L. (2014), Effect of intubation of γ-hydroxy butyrate (GHB) overdose on key patient outcomes in the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine, 21: 1226-1231.
Fry, C.L., Spriggs, M., Arnold, M., Pearce, C. (2014), Unresolved ethical challenges for the Australian personally controlled electronic health record system: Key informant interview findings. American Journal of Bioethics – Empirical Bioethics, 5(4), 30-36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23294515.2014.919972.
Fry, C.L. (2015), 'The history of cycling in Victoria'. In: D. Nadel & G. Ryan (Eds.), History of Sport in Victoria. Melbourne: Australian Society for Sports History, pp. 67-75.
Fry, C., Hemphill, D. (2014), 'Unofficial rules of the Tour de France matter most'. In: The Conversation (Ed.), 2014: A year in the life of Australia. Sydney: Future Leaders, pp. 200-04.
Fry, C.L., Buchman, D.Z. (2011), 'Toward a lay descriptive account of identity in addiction neuroethics'. In: A. Carter, W. Hall, & J. Illes (Eds.), Addiction Neuroethics – The Ethics of Addiction Neuroscience Research and Treatment. London: Elsevier, pp. 175-193.
Fry, C.L., Cvetkovski, S. (2010), 'Regulation of drugs and drug use: public health and law enforcement'. In: V. Patel, A. Woodward, V.L. Feigin, H.K. Heggenhougen, & S. Qua (Eds.), Mental and Neurological Public Health: A Global Perspective. Section 3 – Public Health Policy and Practice. Elsevier, pp. 479-483.
Fry, C.L., (2010), 'What is harm reduction? An ethical perspective. In: T Rhodes (Ed.), Harm Reduction: Evidence, Impacts and Challenges. European Monitoring Center on Drugs and Drug Addiction, Scientific Monograph. Lisbon: EMCDDA, European Union, pp. 104-108.
2014: VU Out of Cycle Collaborative Grants Scheme. Dwyer R, Dietze P, Fry C, Kerr D. Evaluation of the take-home naloxone distribution initiatives in Victoria.
2015-16: VU Research Infrastructure Grants 2012. Grossman M, Fry C, Schutt S. Maximising the potential of the Social Technologies Lab through technical support and maintenance.
2013-14: VU Near Miss Grant Scheme. Fry C, Kerr D, Grossman M. Understanding and responding to alcohol and other drug use and harms in Melbourne’s Western Metropolitan region.
2014: VU Central Research Grants Scheme. McCann T, Boardman G, Lubman D, Best D, Fry C. Bridging the gap: Exploring the experience and professional service needs of key family members of adults with substance use problems.
2014: VU Central Research Grants Scheme. Fry C, Kerr D. Investigating methamphetamine use and harms in the Western Region of Melbourne.
2013-14: VU, College of Arts, Research Initiatives Scheme 2013-14. De Solier I, Fry C, Grossman M. The taste of wellbeing: Community, policymaker, and health professionals’ perspectives on African-Australian food cultures and wellbeing.
2013-14: VU, College of Arts, Research Initiatives Scheme 2013-14. Dwyer N, C-Scott M, Fry C. Empowering trust in health communications across media platforms.
2014-15: Medicare Local (Macedon Ranges and North Western Melbourne). McAinch A, Krassie J, Stojanovska L, Polman R, van Uffelen J, Fry C. Prevention and management of chronic disease via Meals on Wheels.
2011-14: NHMRC Population Health Career Development Award Level 1 (APP1010390). Fry C. Ethical guidelines and resources for e-health research and practice.
2010-13: ARC Discovery Project (DP1094144). Kennett J, Fry C, Matthews S. Addiction, moral identity and moral agency: Integrating theoretical and empirical approaches.