Anulika Igboaka

Anulika Igboaka

Anulika Igboaka is a medical doctor, currently training in psychiatry. She has an interest in medical ethics as well as the role of spirituality within mental health. She enjoys teaching medical students when she has the opportunity to, and one of her favourite pastimes is singing in church choirs.

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Is there a fundamental conflict between the Catholic faith and psychiatry?

Filed in Science by on July 6, 2014 14 Comments
Is there a fundamental conflict between the Catholic faith and psychiatry?

A review by Dr Anulika Igboaka of Catholicism and Mental Health by Pravin Thevathasan, Catholic Truth Society. This work sets out to explain why there should not be any conflict between Catholicism and Psychiatry. By providing an […]

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Healthcare, conscience, human rights, freedom of religion

Filed in Ethics by on October 12, 2013 2 Comments
Healthcare, conscience, human rights, freedom of religion

I have often wondered why there is a struggle for Christian healthcare workers to practise the human right of freedom of conscience in their workplace (The Human Rights Act 1998, Article 9: Freedom of Thought, […]

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