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Dr Mark Rowe is quickly becoming one of the leading and respected voices in the area of Health, Inner Happiness and Wellbeing Wisdom -not only in Ireland but Internationally.  Dr Mark has an unbridled desire to change the reliance the world has on ‘a pill for every ill’, instead focusing on positive empowerment and wellbeing management which he refers to as his Journey of Transformation.  By incorporating his philosophy of wellbeing with his extensive medical experience, he facilitates lasting positive change in people and their organisations.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Mark Rowe has been a family physician and is a thought leader in the emergent area of Health, Inner Happiness and Wellbeing Wisdom. He is a member of ‘Leading by Design’, an invitation only international collaboration of leaders committed to improvements in health through a more effective design of the environment.

He founded the Waterford Health Park as a new paradigm for sustainable improvements in community health. The building was a short listed finalist for World Building of the year at the World Architecture festival awards in 2010. In 2013 , the Waterford Health Park received the Global Health Improvement Award, ‘A Place to Flourish.’

He is author of ‘A Prescription for Happiness’ & ‘The Men’s Health Book’  with all royalties going to a Cancer Charity.

He has worked with the  media consistently over the years as an advocate for health. He delivers seminars on ‘Health Leadership’ and is an international keynote speaker on the topics of ‘New Philosophy of Wellbeing’ ‘Health Leadership“ ‘Generative Space’ and ‘A Prescription for Happiness.’
His current voluntary roles are Chair of Garter Lane Arts Centre , Board Member of Edmund Rice Centre, Volunteer with the Order of Malta.


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