Dr. White has written in a wide variety of media, both in the academic and public space. She has authored books, magazine features, journal articles, op/eds, book reviews, blogs and poetry. A sample of her writings can be found below.
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Preventing Bipolar Relapse: A lifestyle program to help you maintain balanced moods and live well (New Harbinger, 2014) is a science-based lifestyle program that focuses on Sleep, Nutrition, Activity and People (SNAP) to reduce the likelihood, frequency and intensity of manic, depressive or mixed episodes of bipolar disorder. The knowledge and strategies in the book help the reader develop: 1. good sleep hygiene; 2. healthy eating habits that promote mental health; 3. a program of physical activity; and, 4. healthy and supportive interpersonal relationships.
Bipolar 101: A practical guide to identifying triggers, managing medications, coping with symptoms and more (New Harbinger, 2009) is a straightforward guide to understanding bipolar disorder. Authored by both a psychologist and a mental health expert who has bipolar disorder herself, this pocket guide is the only book on bipolar disorder you’ll ever need. The book covers all the main aspects of bipolar disorder including depression and mania and addresses strategies for intervention, and prevention of symptoms, including medication, sleep, exercise, nutrition and interpersonal relationships.
Global Case Studies in Maternal and Child Health (Jones & Bartlett, 2012) was written for students in public health, medical, and allied health professions, this text develops critical and analytical thinking skills through real-life practice models. The book brings to life ethical, theoretical and conceptual ideas discussed in primary texts, through the analysis of lived stories of maternal and child health programs in countries around the world, including Brazil, Nepal, New Zealand, Haiti, Malawi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Guatemala, Uganda, among others.
Why we need role models to de-stigmatize mental illness, Thrive Global, January 29, 2019
Culturally competent care helps heal stigma that mental illness brings among African Americans, Modern Healthcare, September 24, 2018.
We need to normalize mental healthcare in the black community, Thrive Global, July 27, 2018
SELECTED PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
White, R.C., & Camacho-Carr, K. (2007) Maama Omwaana: Community-based strategies for increasing utilization of maternity services in Njeru, Uganda. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, 1(1), 14-19.
White, R. C., & Gerke, D. (2007). Gendered experiences of sexuality-based discrimination in Jamaica. In M.V.L. Badgett and J. Frank, Sexual Orientation Discrimination: An international perspective, New York: Routledge, p. 153-163.
SELECTED EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Asylum to gay Jamaicans in the USA, The Economist, October 25, 2014 (Scroll down the page)