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Alastair Gray

Academic, Program Development, Learning Technologies, Compliance, Operations and Research Director | PhD, MSc, BAHons, ADH, DSH, PCH, PCHom
Not all schools are the same. Not all courses are created equal. Content does not make the program. Fly in-fly out experts speaking on favorite subjects does not make a coherent course of study for a modern and responsible health practitioner. Integrative health is one of the fastest-growing markets in the world, and homeopathy is used worldwide by over 500 million people. According to the World Health Organization, Homeopathy is the second most widely used medicine in the medicine in the world.

Alastair Gray teaches at and heads up the academic, operations, course development, research and learning technologies departments at the Academy of Homeopathy Education. In addition, he holds various consulting roles: academic (Endeavour College, Australia and College of Health and Homeopathy, NZ), educational (National Centre for Integrative Medicine, UK), as well as consulting to many organizations on e-learning world-wide.

Prior, in Australia he headed up the homeopathy department at Endeavour, later the bioscience department, and was the National Academic e-learning Manager. Other operational roles included the Campus Manager at the Sydney and Gold Coast campuses. He has lectured under and post-graduate Integrative Medicine, CAM, homeopathy and naturopathy for 20 years, including theory and philosophy, case taking and management, ethics, business practices and scope of practice. A regular seminar and conference presenter worldwide he is the author of 23 books and numerous articles on primary research in natural medicine.

Originally educated as an historian, he teaches the history of health, healing and medicine at schools, colleges and universities in multiple countries. He is passionate about e-learning and educational technology in his academic and teaching work. Currently he is enrolled in a PhD at the University of Technology Sydney exploring the intersection of Education, CM and learning technologies. Clinical practice (28 years) remains a significant focus of his work with a practice that specializes in Anxiety, Drug and Alcohol compulsion and working with men. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Denise Straiges.