In his two years as director of the OSU Marching Band, Jonathan Waters was praised for using technology to develop complex routines that went viral on the web. Now Jon Waters is out of a job. OSU fired him after an investigation found what officials call “serious cultural issues.” Waters intends to clear his name.
Innovative Ways to Promote Personal Health
New and innovative strategies instituted at Ohio State University can help promote personal health. Included in this is P4 medicine, which is predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory, which allows for people to take a proactive role in their health, rather than waiting until they are sick. The approach can help reduce the cost of health care as well as improve outcomes.
Personalized healthcare focuses on health rather than disease.
Brittany Westbrook hosts this segment of Game Changers with expert guests from The Ohio State University Medical Center including:
- Dr. Clay Marsh, Executive Director, Center for Personalized Health Care
- Dr. Cheryl Achterberg, Dean, College of Education and Human Ecology
- Dr. Timothy Hewett, Professor and Director of Research, Sports Medicine
For more information on P4 Medicine visit http://phc.osumc.edu.