November 2, 2023 5:30 p.m.End:
November 2, 2023 8:30 p.m.Location: Student Center, Ballroom
Dr. Justin Tobyas
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.
Registration for this event will be required, and is open to College of Health Majors.
If you're interested in volunteering as a facilitator of the event, please contact Dr. Justin Tobyas
Presented by the Ball State College of Health and East Central Indiana Area Health Education Center. Facilitated by the Second Harvest Food Bank.