Health Communication, Social Maketing, Communication Theory and Research, Communication Analysis and Planning, Communication Research Methodology, Statistics in Communication Research, Campaign Monitoring and Evaluation
Dr. Livingston A. White is a senior lecturer and director (2018-2021) at the Caribbean School of Media and Communication (CARIMAC), at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus where he teaches courses in Communication Analysis and Planning, Social Marketing/Health Communication and Communication Research Methodology both at the undergraduate and graduate level. He has consulted with various regional Caribbean-based agencies including the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, and the Bernard van Leer Foundation’s Caribbean Child Support Initiative implemented through the Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD). For these various agencies, his work has focused on issues ranging from the coverage of health in Caribbean media, environmental awareness campaigns, advocacy communication for sustainable environmental management to early childhood development and parenting. More recently, Dr. White has conducted knowledge, attitude and practice surveys on climate change to inform the development of a national climate change communication intervention for Jamaica. He has also completed various message development focus groups and message recall surveys for HIV and AIDS awareness campaigns regionally, including the Caribbean Broadcast Media Partnership on HIV and AIDS “Live Up” regional campaigns.