September 2019

On September 26, 2019, the University of Houston Law Center will honor Dr. Himesh Lakhlani, the Campus President of CHCP’s Northwest Campus, as a “Beacon of Light” for his work to advance inclusion, equality, and justice. The award will be presented at a gala to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Arrival Awards, which honor immigrant Houstonians who promote peace and unity. The event is being hosted in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Greater Houston, the Houston Ballet, the Houston Grand Opera and Houston Public Media. Dr. Lakhlani was born near Mumbai, India, and... Read More
Whether you are a high school graduate looking to continue your education or have a gap in your college career, the decision to pursue higher education online includes many benefits. Being a virtual student allows you to learn at your own pace while taking the classroom with you. The online learning environment can be as rewarding as the face-to-face classroom, but without the strict schedule that a ground campus environment requires. It is an alternative, self-disciplined way of learning, but to get the most out of it there are several things for you to consider. Here are five tips to make... Read More
The medical field has an abundance of terms and abbreviations to recognize that can cause test anxiety among students. Tests don't have to be so troubling, in fact, they can be helpful as you prepare for your future career in healthcare. Follow these five effective tips to succesfully tackle any test. 1. Know the schedule Depending on your degree program, you may only have a few tests each term. For some folks, that could be one midterm and one final, or a series of midterms leading into the final. No matter what the breakdown is, it's important to know when the tests are scheduled. That way... Read More
You only get one shot to make a good first impression. That is especially true of job interviews. You may have the best training in the world, and feel confident in your abilities as a healthcare provider, but you have a very small window to win over a future employer. As such, it's crucial you fully prepare and put your best foot forward. Here are four helpful tips to land your next job interview as a nurse, medical assistant, coder or any healthcare worker: "You only get one chance to make a first impression." 1. Prepare your answers It's easy to get thrown off by the interviewer's... Read More