Gerald Quigley is a Melbourne-based pharmacist who has a strong interest in complementary medicine. He is a member of The National Herbalists Association of Australia and The Australian Traditional Medicine Society.
He is also an Associate Fellow of the Australian College of Pharmacy. Up to the year 2000, Gerald operated community pharmacies in partnership with his wife Philippa but has since diversified into health broadcasting (Radio 3AW), writing (Retail Pharmacy and a wide variety of health and lifestyle magazines) and various consultancies as an integrative pharmacist and medical herbalist.
He also lectures at GippsTAFE on weight management and complementary medicines.
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