Publications

Books

  1. Hickling FW. (2015). The Role of Psychiatry in Football. In C. Charles (Ed.), Perspectives on Caribbean Football (161–178). Hertford, United Kingdom: Hansib Publications Limited
  2. Hickling, F.W. (2014). Mental Illness in schools in Jamaica.Kingston, Jamaica: CARIMENSA Press.
  3. Hickling, F.W. (Ed) (2015) Render Me Visible: Inner-City Children Dream A New World. Kingston, Jamaica: CARIMENSA Press
  4. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary. White squall on the land: Narratives of resilient Caribbean people
    Kingston: Carimensa Press, 120 pages. November 2011. Hope Road Publishers, ebook London. July 2013
  5. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary and Hickling, Frederick. Risk and Resilience in the African Caribbean Community in the United Kingdom. In: Freedom and Constraint in Caribbean Migration and Diaspora. Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 2009, pp. 77-98. 2.
  6. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary. Resilience in the African Caribbean population in the United Kingdom. In:
    Perspectives in Caribbean Psychology. Kingston: Carimensa Press, 2008, pp. 70-92.
  7. Arthur C, Hickling FW. Gibson RC, Robertson-Hickling H, Abel W. The Stigma of Mental Illness in Jamaica. In
    Perspectives in Caribbean Psychology Kingston Carimensa Press 2008.pp. 113-130.
  8. Hickling, Frederick, Robertson-Hickling, Hilary and Hutchinson, Gerard. Migration and mental health. In: Images of Psychiatry in the Caribbean Kingston: Carimensa Press, 2005, pp. 153 -177. 

Journal Articles

  1. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary The Contribution of Return Migrants to education and Development in Jamaica, A Pilot Study Accepted for publication October 2013 Journal of Education and Development
  2. Hickling FW, Robertson-Hickling Hilary, Media Representation of Personality Disorder in Jamaica Public Scholarship as a Catalyst to Health Promotion. West Indian Medical Journal  July 2013
  3. Guzder Jaswant , Vanessa Paisley, Robertson-Hickling, Hilary Promoting Resilience in High Risk Children in Jamaica: A Pilot Study of a Multi Modal intervention Journal of Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Health 2013 May:22(2) 125-130
  4. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary and Hickling, Frederick. Discrimination. In: Encyclopedia of Migrant Health. Springer: 2012.
  5. Hickling FW, Robertson-Hickling, Hilary, Vanessa Paisley. “Deinstitutionalization and attitudes toward mental illness: a qualitative study”  J Pan American Public Health 2011;29(3):169
  6. Arthur C, Hickling FW, Gibson RC, Robertson-Hickling, Hilary, Whitley R, Haynes-Robinson T, Abel W. “Mad, sick, head nuh good“: Mental illness Stigma in Jamaican communities. Transcultural Psychiatry, 2010
  7. Hickling FW, Guzder J. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary, Snow S, Kirmayer L. “Psychic Centrality: Reflections on Two Psychohistoriographic Cultural Therapy Workshops in Montreal” Transcultural Psychiatry, 2010; 47; 136 
  8. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary, Paisley, Vanessa, Guzder, Jaswant, and Hickling, Frederick. Fostering resilience in children at risk through a Cultural Therapy intervention in Kingston, Jamaica. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved , 20(4) suppl., November 2009, pp.31-35.
  9. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary. Turning history upside down: How Jamaicans colonized England in reverse.
    Jamaica Journal , 2006
  10. Robertson-Hickling, Hilary and Hickling, Frederick. The need for mental health partnerships in Jamaica.
    Social and Economic Studies, 2002 51, pp.105 -130.

 

Technical Reports

Robertson-Hickling, Hilary and Fagen, Patricia. Migrant health and social care workers from Jamaica for the elderly. Institute for the Study of International Migration. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University, March 2008, 20 pages.
Robertson-Hickling, Hilary.  PAHO/WHO Office of Caribbean Program Coordination CSME Policies and the Development of Country Level and CARICOM Level Physician and Nursing Workforce. December 2007, 20 pages
 

Newspaper articles

AWARDS

  • Dr Jaswant Guzder: Dalhousie Award for Best oral research paper• presentation at annual CACAP meeting
  • Dr Jaswant Guzder: Award for Best oral research presentation at• PRCP Conference

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Books

Perspectives on Caribbean Football

Perspectives on Caribbean Football focuses on the state of football in the Caribbean – the obstacles and opportunities that are linked to the growth of the sport and the need for a football philosophy of play that reflects each country in the region, which would lead to higher levels of competition.

Freedom and Constraint in Caribbean Migration and Diaspora

Freedom and Constraint in Caribbean Migration and Diaspora was borne out of the June 2006 conference Caribbean Migration: Forced and Free . It explores the contemporary nature of migration, the socio-economic, political and cultural impact of movements across and outside the Caribbean region.

White Squall on the Land

White Squall on the Land does not flinch from the uncomfortable truths, yet the author’s deep commitment to the people she interviews transforms the book into a story of resilience and hope.’ Leo Zeilig White Squall on the Land: Narratives of Resilient Caribbean People represents the synthesis of thinking about Caribbean Migration, and mental health.

Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health

There is increasing interest in the scientific literature on immigrant health and its impact on disease transmission, disease prevention, health promotion, well-being on an individual and population level, health policy, and the cost of managing all these issues on an individual, institutional, national, and global level.

Perspectives in Caribbean Psychology

Perspectives in Caribbean Psychology attempts to record the unique psychological character of those who live in the Caribbean and more broadly people of African-Caribbean heritage. It considers the impact of colonialism, the struggle for domination by various European and North American countries through history on individuals…

Freedom and Constraint in Caribbean Migration and Diaspora

Freedom and Constraint in Caribbean Migration and Diaspora was borne out of the June 2006 conference Caribbean Migration: Forced and Free . It explores the contemporary nature of migration, the socio-economic, political and cultural impact of movements across and outside the Caribbean region.

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