Lyons, T., Krüsi, A., Kerr, T., Shannon, K. (Accepted). The impacts of intersecting stigmas on health and housing experiences of queer women sex workers in Vancouver, Canada. Journal of Homosexuality
O. Amram, K. Shannon, M. Braschel, S. Machat, S. Moreheart, T. Lyons, S. M. Goldenberg (2019). Mapping workplace neighbourhood mobility amongst sex workers in an urban Canadian setting: Results of a community-based spatial epidemiological study from 2010-2016. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, accepted
Lyons, T., Pierre, L., Krüsi, A., Shannon. K. (2018). Criminal justice versus health and human rights perspectives on trans sex work. Edited by Larry Nuttbrock. Transgender Sex Work and Society. Harrington Park Press, United States.
Lyons, T., Krüsi, A., Pierre, L., Small, W., Shannon. K. (2017). The impact of construction and gentrification on an outdoor trans sex work environment: Violence, displacement, and policing. Sexualities,20(8): 881-903.
Lyons, T., Krüsi, A., Pierre, L., Smith, A., Small, W., Shannon, K. (2016). Experiences of trans women and two-spirit persons accessing women-specific health and housing services in a downtown neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada. LGBT Health, 3(5): 373-378.
Matthen, P., Lyons, T.,Taylor, M., Jennex, J., Anderson, S., Jollimore, J., Shannon, K. (2018). “I walked into the industry for survival and came out of a closet”: How gender and sexual identities shape sex work experiences among men, two spirit, and trans people in Vancouver.” Men and Masculinities,21(4): 479 – 500. Online first September 13, 2016.
Lyons, Tara, Shannon, Kate, Richardson, Lindsey, Simo, Annick, Wood, Evan and Thomas Kerr (Online First May 27, 2015). Women who use drugs and have sex with women in a Canadian setting: Barriers to treatment enrollment and exposure to violence and homelessness. Archives of Sexual Behavior. DOI 10.1007/s10508-015-0508-2
Lyons, T., Krüsi, A., Pierre, L., Kerr, T., Small, W., Shannon, K. (2017). Negotiating violence in the context of transphobia and criminalization: The experiences of trans sex workers in Vancouver, Canada. Qualitative Health Research, 27(2): 182-190. Published online before print October 28, 2015.
Lyons, Tara, Shannon, Kate, Pierre, Leslie, Small, Will, Krüsi, Andrea and Thomas Kerr (2015). A qualitative study of transgender individuals’ experiences in residential addiction treatment settings: Stigma and inclusivity. Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy, 10:17
Dell, Colleen A., Lyons, Tara, Grantham-Sylliboy, Sheila, Kilty, Jennifer. M. and Chase, Whisper (2014). “Researching with Respect: The Contributions of Feminist, Aboriginal and Community-Based Research Approaches to the Development of our Study of First Nations Women's Healing from Problematic Drug Use.” In Rachel C. Berman (Ed.) Corridor Talk: Canadian Feminist Scholars Share Stories of Research
Lyons, Tara, Kerr, Thomas, Duff, Putu, Feng, Cindy & Kate Shannon (2014). Youth, violence and non-injection drug use: Nexus of vulnerabilities among lesbian and bisexual sex workers. AIDS Care, 26(9): 1090-1094. Electronically published ahead of print January 2, 2014.
Lyons, Tara and Bill Reimer (2009). A Review of Capacity Frameworks: Six Features of Comparison. In Godfrey Baldacchino, Rob Greenwood & Lawrence Felt (eds.) Remote Control: Governance Lessons for and from Small, Insular, and Remote Regions. St. John’s, NF: ISER Books. Pp. 63-76.
Moore, Dawn and Tara Lyons (2007). “Sentenced to Treatment / Sentenced to Harm: Women, Risk and the Drug Treatment Courts.” In Pat O’Malley and Kelly Hannah-Moffat (eds.) Gendered Risks. London: Routledge Cavendish. Pp. 183-203.