Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) November 14, 2014
Worldlink Medical is pleased to announce their lead instructor Neal Rouzier, M.D. as the recipient of the 2014 Alan P. Mintz, MD award. Dr. Rouzier is the author of How to Achieve Healthy Aging: Why everyone should replace hormones, a review of the medical literature. He is passionate about helping patients live a healthier life.
This award named in remembrance of Alan P. Mintz, MD, a mentor, innovator and visionary in Age Management Medicine that inspired many with his brilliant insight and desire to help others live a vital life. He forged new medical frontiers and embraced the spirit of determination and medical excellence. Dr. Rouzier is the eighth recipient of this award which follows his 2013 Worldlink Medical Lifetime Achievement Award for 20 years of dedication as an educator in the field of evidence based medicine.
His clinical excellence, exemplified by his teaching style is unique in ensuring clinical competency that includes extensive literature review combined with diagnosing, prescribing, monitoring and adjusting based on symptoms and lab tests. Case management through case presentations helps solidify concepts learned and ensures a high level of training and competency for those attending. His Four Part Training Series and Certification program is highly respected and sought after.
Dana Burnett, Managing Director of Worldlink Medical “is not surprised he won this award. His teaching style and evidence based approach has revolutionized the efficacy with how practitioners practice bio identical hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Rouzier is a pioneer in the field and we are grateful for his ongoing contribution in preventive care and wellness.”
Worldlink Medical is a non-profit academy for continuing Medical Education (CME) for healthcare practitioners. Our mission links the science of medicine, the art of caring and the experience of learning to transform individuals, communities and the world. Educational initiatives focus on upstream medicine and prevention as opposed to downstream sick-care medicine that relies on medication to treat symptoms but not the underlying causes of disease. Estimates report that 60% of our population suffers from one or more chronic diseases; it is imperative that the private sector step up and support those suffering from disease and begin teaching their patients healthier lifestyle behaviors. Worldlink Medical with the help of Dr. Rouzier is a leader in evidenced based training in helping practitioners optimize hormones for their patients. For more information on Worldlink Medical events with Dr. Rouzier go to http://worldlinkmedical.com