Associate Professor Toni Schofield

BA (Hons) PhD, Dip Ed (Melb)
Associate Professor, Discipline of Behavioural & Social Sciences in Health

C43T - T Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9577
Fax +61 2 9351 9566

Website Alcohol and Harm Minimisation Among Australian University Students Research Project

Biographical details

Toni Schofield specialises in research and teaching in sociology and public policy related mainly to health. Her major research projects, many of them funded through national competitive grants, have investigated a range of topics in this fieldincluding: childbirth and maternity services, trafficked women and healthservice provision in Sydney, men's health, ageing and social isolation, NESB women's mental and emotional health care, gender and health policy, prosecution and deterrence in workplace health, and alcohol use and harm minimisation among Australian university students.

She has supervised PhD theses examining women and sexuality, workers' compensation and rehabilitation, the health of young Lebanese Australians, visual impairment and rehabilitation, the experience of early motherhood, the embodiment of ageing dancers, men's help-seeking in relation to mental and emotional difficulties,ageing and rural health policyin China, and gender dynamics in Australian sport organisations.

Teaching and supervision

Unit of Study Co-ordinator (FHS) Health Determinants and Interventions

Associations

  • Elected FHS staff representative on Academic Board, 2010-2011.
  • Elected NTEU representative on the Central Academic Workload Monitoring Committee, 2008-2012.
  • Member of FHS Workload Working Party, 2010-2011.
  • Chairperson,Sydney Women's Counselling Centre, 2002-12.

Themes

Health Systems and Global Populations; Ageing, Work and Health

Selected grants

2012

  • Health and Work Research Network; Buchanan J, Bohle P, Schofield D, Colagiuri S, Hickie I, Glozier N, Shaw T, Leeder S, Grunstein R, Riley J, Johnstone R, Quinlan M, Schofield T, Jones M, Matthews L, Grant A, West S, Chen T, Nyberg D, Shrestha R, Fattore T, Scott L, Knox-Haly M, McNamara M, Callander E; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2008

  • Workplace Death and Injury: Re-visiting the Regulatory Impact of Prosecution and Deterrance; McCallum R, Jamieson S, Schofield T; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2000

  • Gender equity and public institutions in NSW: Enhancing democratic participation; Connell R, Schofield T, Goodwin S, Bamberry L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Strategic Partnerships with Industry - Research and Training (SPIRT).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Yuan, L., Schofield, T. (2012). Older Miao People and Rural Health Policy in China. Germany, Saarbruecken: LAP - LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Schofield, T. (2012). Gender, Health, Research, and Public Policy. In John L. Oliffe and Lorraine Greaves (Eds.), Designing and Conducting Gender, Sex and Health Research, (pp. 203-214). United States: Sage Publications.
  • Kuhlmann, E., Bourgeault, I., Larsen, C., Schofield, T. (2012). Gendering Health Human Resource Policy and Management. In Ellen Kuhlmann, Ellen Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 72-91). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Schofield, T. (2012). Men's Health and Well-being. In Ellen Kuhlmann, Ellen Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 273-289). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Schofield, T. (2012). The Global Health Workforce 'Crisis' and Inequities in Health Care Access: Advancing a Gender and Organisations Approach to Policy, Research and Practice. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 57-75). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Schofield, T. (2010). Men's health and well-being. In E. Kuhlmann, E. Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 239-255). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Schofield, T. (2009). Workplace health. In John Germov (Eds.), Second Opinion: An introduction to health sociology, (pp. 111-129). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Editorial - Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. In Toni Schofield (Eds.), Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. Australia: eContent Management Pty Ltd.
  • Schofield, T., Connell, R., Walker, L., Wood, J. (2002). Das konzept des geschelechterverhaltnisses in forschung, politik und praxis. In Klaus Hurrelmann / Petra Kolip (Hrsg.) (Eds.), Geschlecht, Gesundheit und Krankheit - Männer und Frauen im Vergleich, (pp. 67-83). Germany: Verlag Hans Huber.

Journals

  • Adriaanse, J., Schofield, T. (2014). 'The impact of gender quotas on gender equality in sport governance'. Journal of Sport Management, in press.
  • Schofield, T., Reeve, B., McCallum, R. (2014). Australian workplace health and safety regulatory approaches to prosecution: Hegemonising compliance. Journal of Industrial Relations. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T. (2013). 'Introduction'. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2, 8-12.
  • Adriaanse, J., Schofield, T. (2013). Analysing gender dynamics in sport governance: a new regimes-based approach. Sport Management Review, 16(4), 498-513. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T., O'Brien, R., Gilroy, J. (2013). Indigenous higher education: overcoming barriers to participation in research higher degree programs. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2, 13-28.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield-Georgeson, E. (2012). Health and community services for trafficked women: A exploratory study of policy and practice. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 46(4), 391-410.
  • McCallum, R., Schofield, T., Reeve, B. (2012). The Role of the Judiciary in Occupational Health and Safety Prosecutions: Institutional Processes and the Production of Deterrence. Journal of Industrial Relations, 54(5), 688-706. [More Information]
  • Jamieson, S., Reeve, B., Schofield, T., McCallum, R. (2010). OHS prosecutions: Do they deter other companies from offending? Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 26(3), 213-231.
  • Schofield, T., Reeve, B., McCallum, R. (2009). Deterrence and OHS Prosecutions: Prosecuted Employers' Responses. Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 25(4), 263-276.
  • Schofield, T. (2009). Gendered organizational dynamics: The elephant in the room for Australian allied health workforce policy and planning? Journal of Sociology, 45(4), 383-400. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T. (2008). Gender and Health Inequalities: What Are They and What Can We Do About Them? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43(1), 139-157.
  • Kumar, A., Schofield, T. (2008). Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC): Health Policy Interventions in India. Journal of Health and Development, 4(1-4), 21-32.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Feminine Sexual Subjectivities: Bodies, Agency and Life History. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 10(3), 321-340. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Health inequity and its social determinants: A sociological commentary. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 105-114.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Social Equity and Health [Editorial]. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 101-103.
  • Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2006). Gender Politics and Public Policy Making: Prospects for Advancing Gender Equality. Policy and Society, 24(4), 25-44.
  • Schofield, T. (2006). Sick building syndrome and the problem of uncertainty: environmental politics, technoscience, and women workers. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30(6), 584-585.
  • Parrish, M., Schofield, T. (2005). Injured workers' experiences of the workers' compensation claims process: institutional disrespect and the neoliberal state. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 33-46.
  • Bacchi, C., Schofield, T. (2005). Introduction: Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-4.
  • Schofield, T. (2005). Introduction: the impact of neoliberal policy on workplace health. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 5-7.
  • Schofield, T., Bacchi, C. (2005). Reinventing gender equality and the political. Dialogue (Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia), 24(3), 63-68.
  • Schofield, T. (2004). Medicine and culture. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(4), 398.
  • Schofield, T. (2002). What does "gender and health" mean? Health Sociology Review, 11(1-2), 29-38.

Edited Journals

  • Schofield, T. (2007). Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. Health Sociology Review, 16(2).
  • Bacchi, C., Schofield, T. (2005). Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political: Policy & Society. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-4.
  • Schofield, T. (2005). Workplace Health: The Injuries of Neoliberalism - Health Sociology Review. Health Sociology Review, 14(1).

Conferences

  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield, E. (2012). Aliens, Borders and Social Citizens: Health and Community Services for Trafficked Women. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2012). The social and cultural organisation of drinking alcohol by university students in Australia. Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 2012 Conference, Sydney: Sydney University.
  • Germov, J., McGee, T., Schofield, T., Lindsay, J., Giles, F., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R. (2011). Alcohol Consumption and Harm Minimisation Practices Among Australian University Students. Local Lives/ Global Networks, Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011.
  • McGee, T., Germov, J., Schofield, T., Lindsay, J., Giles, F., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R. (2011). Alcohol risks and harms: An analysis of university student's engagement in hazardous and delinquent behaviours and experiences of harm. Local Lives/ Global Networks, Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2011). Alcohol use and harm minimisation among Australian university students - the AHMS project. 7th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology, Adelaide: Sydney University.
  • Schofield, T., Giles, F., Leontini, R., Hepworth, J., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2011). Alcohol use and harm minimisation among university students: University college policy and management. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Schofield, T. (2008). The complexity of social practice: Understanding inertia and change in maternity care organisations. TASA Conference, Melbourne (Published on CD-ROM. ISBN: 0-9598460-4-2): TASA.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Deterring Workplace Deaths and Injuries: Legal Sanctions and Outcomes or Institutional Process? TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007 Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, Auckland: University of Auckland.
  • Underwood, M., Matthews, L., Schofield, T. (2006). Vocational aspects of case management for people affected by mental illness. 5th Biennial Health Research Conference 2006, Australia: Biennial Health Research Conference.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2005). Gender equity in public institutions. Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political Workshop.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2004). Gender equity in public institutions. TASA Conference 2004 Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, Wodonga, Vic: La Trobe University.
  • Schofield, T. (2003). Executive Summary and Conclusions. Women and Health: International Symposium on Gender-Sensitive Medicine, Japan: World Health Organization Kobe Centre.
  • Amano, K., Schofield, T., Wood, S. (2003). Findings - International Symposium on Gender-Sensitive Medicine, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, 1 March 2003. Fourth International Meeting on Women and Health: Gender Perspectives for Better Health and Welfare Systems Development, Japan: World Health Organization Kobe Centre.
  • Schofield, T., Bryant, J. (2002). Identity and relationships: Australian women's experiences with safe sex. From Cell to Society 3, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Schofield, T. (2002). National Gender and Health Policy. Gender in Health Think Tank, Melbourne: Women's Health Victoria.
  • Schofield, T. (2001). What are we fighting for? Disability struggles & moral interests. Disability with Attitude: Critical Issues 20 Years After International Year of Disabled Persons, : UNSW Australian Defence Force Academy.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • McCallum, R., Schofield, T., Reeve, B. (2009). OHS prosecutions deter employers from reoffending (FORTHCOMING). OHS Alert.

Report

  • Schofield, T. (2004). Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy AUSTRALIAN HEALTH POLICY INSTITUTE Commissioned Paper Series 2004/08.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2003). Gender Equity in Public Institutions: Project Overview and Proposals for Action.

Reference Works

  • Schofield, T. (2007). Medicine. In Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Men's health and illness. In Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Other

  • Schofield, T. (2004), Co-Editor-in-Chief of Health Sociology Review (HSR) for the period 2004-2006 inclusive.

2014

  • Adriaanse, J., Schofield, T. (2014). 'The impact of gender quotas on gender equality in sport governance'. Journal of Sport Management, in press.
  • Schofield, T., Reeve, B., McCallum, R. (2014). Australian workplace health and safety regulatory approaches to prosecution: Hegemonising compliance. Journal of Industrial Relations. [More Information]

2013

  • Schofield, T. (2013). 'Introduction'. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2, 8-12.
  • Adriaanse, J., Schofield, T. (2013). Analysing gender dynamics in sport governance: a new regimes-based approach. Sport Management Review, 16(4), 498-513. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T., O'Brien, R., Gilroy, J. (2013). Indigenous higher education: overcoming barriers to participation in research higher degree programs. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2, 13-28.

2012

  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield, E. (2012). Aliens, Borders and Social Citizens: Health and Community Services for Trafficked Women. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Schofield, T. (2012). Gender, Health, Research, and Public Policy. In John L. Oliffe and Lorraine Greaves (Eds.), Designing and Conducting Gender, Sex and Health Research, (pp. 203-214). United States: Sage Publications.
  • Kuhlmann, E., Bourgeault, I., Larsen, C., Schofield, T. (2012). Gendering Health Human Resource Policy and Management. In Ellen Kuhlmann, Ellen Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 72-91). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Jones, M., Schofield-Georgeson, E. (2012). Health and community services for trafficked women: A exploratory study of policy and practice. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 46(4), 391-410.
  • Schofield, T. (2012). Men's Health and Well-being. In Ellen Kuhlmann, Ellen Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 273-289). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Yuan, L., Schofield, T. (2012). Older Miao People and Rural Health Policy in China. Germany, Saarbruecken: LAP - LAMBERT Academic Publishing.
  • Schofield, T. (2012). The Global Health Workforce 'Crisis' and Inequities in Health Care Access: Advancing a Gender and Organisations Approach to Policy, Research and Practice. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 57-75). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • McCallum, R., Schofield, T., Reeve, B. (2012). The Role of the Judiciary in Occupational Health and Safety Prosecutions: Institutional Processes and the Production of Deterrence. Journal of Industrial Relations, 54(5), 688-706. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2012). The social and cultural organisation of drinking alcohol by university students in Australia. Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) 2012 Conference, Sydney: Sydney University.

2011

  • Germov, J., McGee, T., Schofield, T., Lindsay, J., Giles, F., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R. (2011). Alcohol Consumption and Harm Minimisation Practices Among Australian University Students. Local Lives/ Global Networks, Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011.
  • McGee, T., Germov, J., Schofield, T., Lindsay, J., Giles, F., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R. (2011). Alcohol risks and harms: An analysis of university student's engagement in hazardous and delinquent behaviours and experiences of harm. Local Lives/ Global Networks, Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011.
  • Schofield, T., Hepworth, J., Leontini, R., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2011). Alcohol use and harm minimisation among Australian university students - the AHMS project. 7th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology, Adelaide: Sydney University.
  • Schofield, T., Giles, F., Leontini, R., Hepworth, J., Lindsay, J., Germov, J. (2011). Alcohol use and harm minimisation among university students: University college policy and management. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.

2010

  • Schofield, T. (2010). Men's health and well-being. In E. Kuhlmann, E. Annandale (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, (pp. 239-255). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Jamieson, S., Reeve, B., Schofield, T., McCallum, R. (2010). OHS prosecutions: Do they deter other companies from offending? Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 26(3), 213-231.

2009

  • Schofield, T., Reeve, B., McCallum, R. (2009). Deterrence and OHS Prosecutions: Prosecuted Employers' Responses. Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 25(4), 263-276.
  • Schofield, T. (2009). Gendered organizational dynamics: The elephant in the room for Australian allied health workforce policy and planning? Journal of Sociology, 45(4), 383-400. [More Information]
  • McCallum, R., Schofield, T., Reeve, B. (2009). OHS prosecutions deter employers from reoffending (FORTHCOMING). OHS Alert.
  • Schofield, T. (2009). Workplace health. In John Germov (Eds.), Second Opinion: An introduction to health sociology, (pp. 111-129). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.

2008

  • Schofield, T. (2008). Gender and Health Inequalities: What Are They and What Can We Do About Them? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43(1), 139-157.
  • Kumar, A., Schofield, T. (2008). Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC): Health Policy Interventions in India. Journal of Health and Development, 4(1-4), 21-32.
  • Schofield, T. (2008). The complexity of social practice: Understanding inertia and change in maternity care organisations. TASA Conference, Melbourne (Published on CD-ROM. ISBN: 0-9598460-4-2): TASA.

2007

  • Schofield, T. (2007). Deterring Workplace Deaths and Injuries: Legal Sanctions and Outcomes or Institutional Process? TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007 Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons, Auckland: University of Auckland.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Editorial - Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. In Toni Schofield (Eds.), Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. Australia: eContent Management Pty Ltd.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Feminine Sexual Subjectivities: Bodies, Agency and Life History. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 10(3), 321-340. [More Information]
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Health inequity and its social determinants: A sociological commentary. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 105-114.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Medicine. In Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Men's health and illness. In Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Social Equity and Health [Editorial]. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 101-103.
  • Schofield, T. (2007). Social Equity and Health: Health Sociology Review. Health Sociology Review, 16(2).

2006

  • Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2006). Gender Politics and Public Policy Making: Prospects for Advancing Gender Equality. Policy and Society, 24(4), 25-44.
  • Schofield, T. (2006). Sick building syndrome and the problem of uncertainty: environmental politics, technoscience, and women workers. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 30(6), 584-585.
  • Underwood, M., Matthews, L., Schofield, T. (2006). Vocational aspects of case management for people affected by mental illness. 5th Biennial Health Research Conference 2006, Australia: Biennial Health Research Conference.

2005

  • Connell, R., Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2005). Gender equity in public institutions. Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political Workshop.
  • Parrish, M., Schofield, T. (2005). Injured workers' experiences of the workers' compensation claims process: institutional disrespect and the neoliberal state. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 33-46.
  • Bacchi, C., Schofield, T. (2005). Introduction: Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-4.
  • Schofield, T. (2005). Introduction: the impact of neoliberal policy on workplace health. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 5-7.
  • Schofield, T., Bacchi, C. (2005). Reinventing gender equality and the political. Dialogue (Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia), 24(3), 63-68.
  • Bacchi, C., Schofield, T. (2005). Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political: Policy & Society. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-4.
  • Schofield, T. (2005). Workplace Health: The Injuries of Neoliberalism - Health Sociology Review. Health Sociology Review, 14(1).

2004

  • Schofield, T. (2004). Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy AUSTRALIAN HEALTH POLICY INSTITUTE Commissioned Paper Series 2004/08.
  • Schofield, T. (2004), Co-Editor-in-Chief of Health Sociology Review (HSR) for the period 2004-2006 inclusive.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2004). Gender equity in public institutions. TASA Conference 2004 Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, Wodonga, Vic: La Trobe University.
  • Schofield, T. (2004). Medicine and culture. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 28(4), 398.

2003

  • Schofield, T. (2003). Executive Summary and Conclusions. Women and Health: International Symposium on Gender-Sensitive Medicine, Japan: World Health Organization Kobe Centre.
  • Amano, K., Schofield, T., Wood, S. (2003). Findings - International Symposium on Gender-Sensitive Medicine, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, 1 March 2003. Fourth International Meeting on Women and Health: Gender Perspectives for Better Health and Welfare Systems Development, Japan: World Health Organization Kobe Centre.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2003). Gender Equity in Public Institutions: Project Overview and Proposals for Action.

2002

  • Schofield, T., Connell, R., Walker, L., Wood, J. (2002). Das konzept des geschelechterverhaltnisses in forschung, politik und praxis. In Klaus Hurrelmann / Petra Kolip (Hrsg.) (Eds.), Geschlecht, Gesundheit und Krankheit - Männer und Frauen im Vergleich, (pp. 67-83). Germany: Verlag Hans Huber.
  • Schofield, T., Bryant, J. (2002). Identity and relationships: Australian women's experiences with safe sex. From Cell to Society 3, : British Medical Journal Publishing Group.
  • Schofield, T. (2002). National Gender and Health Policy. Gender in Health Think Tank, Melbourne: Women's Health Victoria.
  • Schofield, T. (2002). What does "gender and health" mean? Health Sociology Review, 11(1-2), 29-38.

2001

  • Schofield, T. (2001). What are we fighting for? Disability struggles & moral interests. Disability with Attitude: Critical Issues 20 Years After International Year of Disabled Persons, : UNSW Australian Defence Force Academy.

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