November 15, 2022 5 p.m.End:
November 15, 2022 8 p.m.Location: Student Center, Ballroom
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The College of Health Interprofessional Poverty Simulation (COHIPPS) is a unique, interactive shared experience intended to help students understand what it may be like to live in poverty. People living on a fixed income are often faced with difficult choices. It is important for health professions students to understand how poverty affects the treatment and/or compliance regimen of people living with poverty. Students will explore the realities of living with significant financial constraints, limited time, and high stress by role-playing as an individual challenged by a specific set of conditions.
Presented by the Ball State College of Health and East Central Indiana Area Health Education Center. Facilitated by the Second Harvest Food Bank.