Orchard, T., Salters, K., Michelow, W., Lepik, K., Palmer, A. & Hogg, R. (2015). “My job is to deal with what I can”: HIV care providers’ perspectives on adherence to HAART, addictions, and comprehensive care delivery in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Critical Public Health, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09581596.2015.1088641.
Orchard, T., Salters, K., Palmer, A., Michelow, W., Lepik, K. & Hogg, R. (2015). Vets, Denialists, and Rememberers: Health Care Providers Perspectives about Adherence and Non-Adherence to HAART among Poly-Substance Users, AIDS Care, 27(6), 758-61.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender, C. & Wilson, C. (2014). Expanding the Scope of Inquiry: Exploring Accounts of Childhood and Family among Canadian Sex Workers, Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 23(1), 9-18.
East, L. & Orchard, T. (2013). ‘Why can’t I?’: An exploration of sexuality and identity among Canadian youth living with physical disabilities, Journal of Youth Studies, 17(5), 559-576.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender, C., & Young, D. (2013). Resistance, negotiation, and management of identity among women in the sex trade in London, Ontario. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 15(2), 191-204.
East, L. & Orchard, T. (2013). Somebody else’s job: Experiences of sex education among health professionals, parents and adolescents with physical disabilities in southwestern Ontario. Sexuality & Disability, DOI 10.1007/s11195-013-9289-5.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender. C. & Young, D. (2012). Sex Work in the Forest City: Sex Work Beginnings, Types, and Clientele among Women in London, Ontario. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 9(4), 350-362.
Schilder, A., Orchard, T., Buchner, C., Strathdee, S. & and Hogg, R. (2010). Insert Discourse: Rectal Douching Among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Gay Men in Vancouver, Canada. Sexuality & Culture, 14(4), 327-343.
Orchard, T., McInnes, C., Fernandes, K., Clement, M., Gilbert, M., Lima, V., Montaner, J. & Hogg, R. (2010). Factors behind HIV testing practices among Canadian Aboriginal peoples living off-reserve. AIDS Care, 22(3), 324-331.
Schilder, A.; Orchard, T., Buchner, C.; Miller, M.; Fernandez, K.; Strathdee, S; & Hogg. R (2008). ‘It’s like the treasure’: Beliefs Associated with Semen among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex with Men. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7(10), 667-679.
Orchard, T. (2007). In This Life: The Impact of Gender and Tradition on Sexuality and Relationships for Devadasi Sex Workers in Rural India. Sexuality and Culture 11(1), 3-27.
Orchard, T. (2007). Girl, woman, lover, mother: Towards a new understanding of child prostitution among young Devadasi sex workers in rural Karnataka, India. Social Science & Medicine 64(12), 2379-2390.
Invited Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Orchard, T. (2016). ‘So It’s Always a Dance’: The Politics of Gifts and Governance at a Drop-in Centre for Vulnerable Women in Southern Ontario (Invited), in Neoliberal Governance and Health: Duties, Risks, and Vulnerabilities. Jessica Polzer and Elaine Power, Eds. McGill-Queens Press, 224-264.
Orchard, T. (2011). ‘What’s the use of getting a cow if you can’t make any money from it’? The reproduction of inequality within contemporary social reforms of Devadasis, In Laboring Desire: Global Reflections on Sex Work, Survival, and The State, Patty Kelly and Susan Dewey, Eds. New York; NYU Press, 172-188.
Orchard, T. O’Neil, J., Blanchard, J., Costigan, A., & Moses, S. (2009). HIV/AIDS prevention programming with “traditional” sex workers in rural India: challenges for the empowerment approach in community-sanctioned sex work environment, In HIV/ AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention, Cynthia Pope, Renee T. White, & Robert Malow, Eds. New York: Routledge, 82-95.
Orchard, T., Halas, J. & Stark, J. (2006). Minimizing the Maxim model? Interpreting the sexual body rhetoric of teenage moms through physical education, In Sport, Rhetoric, and Gender: Historical Perspectives and Media Representations, Linda K. Fuller, Ed. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, Global Publishing at St. Martin’s Press, 131-142.
S. Dewey & Orchard, T. (2017). “Sexuality” Among Sex Workers, In Reworking Stigma Through Sex Work Studies, J. Bjønness, M. Skilbrei and L. Nencel, Eds. NYC: Routledge. Forthcoming.
Orchard, T. (2017). First Person Singular(s): Teasing Out Multiple Truths in ‘Life Histories’, in International Handbook of Sex Industry Research: New Directions and Perspectives, S. Dewey, I. Crowhurstand, and C. Izugbara, Eds. New York: Routledge. Forthcoming.
Orchard, T. (2016). Pretty Vacant: Stolen Girls/Girlhoods in Sex Work and Trafficking Discourses, In Handbook of Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. J. Clark & S. Poucki, Eds. SAGE Publishers. Forthcoming.