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By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

You’ve earned your education, and now it’s time for the ‘make it or break it’ certification exam. It’s okay to be stressed out; this is high stakes testing at its finest. Just remember, most certification exams allow a number of retakes if you don’t pass the first time. More importantly, you have worked hard to learn rather than just memorize information, and you can do this! You just need to learn how to study for a certification exam, and we’ve got you covered.... read more.

  • June 25, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

Being a student can be stressful, but being a student on a budget in Manhattan can be beyond overwhelming. We’ve compiled some of the best tips and tricks for living on a student budget in Manhattan. Read on to learn how to save money while still enjoying life in the city.... read more.

  • June 19, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Dialysis Technician

We’ve talked before about the 3 qualities every dialysis technician has to have, but education is just as important. Are you curious about what you’ll learn in a dialysis technician course? Read on to learn the 3 key components in a dialysis technician course.  ... read more.

  • June 12, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in EKG Technician

EKG technicians are an important part of the allied healthcare team. They provide necessary cardiac testing to diagnose, monitor, and improve heart health. Read on to learn where EKG technicians can work and everything else you need to know to get started in this field.... read more.

  • May 16, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomists are a crucial part of the healthcare team, and they can work in many different places. Read on to answer the question, “where can a phlebotomist work?”. You’ll be surprised how many opportunities exist.... read more.

  • May 01, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in CNA

Whether you are thinking about becoming a CNA or have already accepted your first job, you’re probably wondering what makes a good CNA. In a field with so many demands, it can be difficult to determine where you should focus your attention. Read on to learn what makes a good CNA - and how to be the best CNA possible for your patients.... read more.

  • April 10, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

You wrote a killer healthcare resume and have been preparing for your interview, but what are you going to wear? Don’t leave planning your outfit to the last minute. What you wear may be a superficial representation of who you are, but that doesn’t change the fact that interviewers unconsciously make judgments about you and your capabilities based on the clothes you choose. Read on to learn how to dress for success for a healthcare interview.... read more.

  • April 06, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

Interviewing for a new healthcare job can be stressful, especially because you never know what your prospective employer is going to ask. We’ve compiled this list of 3 common healthcare interview questions to help you prep for your next big interview.... read more.

  • March 23, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in CNA

There are a lot of places you can work as a CNA. Most CNAs start out working in nursing homes because there are so many readily available jobs. Many go on to work at hospitals or start out there. What’s the difference between working as a CNA in a hospital vs. nursing home? Read on to learn more.... read more.

  • March 07, 2018

By Manhattan Institute, Posted in Students

You love helping people as a member of the healthcare community, but you’re ready for a change. At The Manhattan Institute, we’ve helped countless students transition to more fulfilling careers. To help make your switch, we’ve compiled a list of 4 things to consider when you change healthcare careers. What Do You Enjoy? Healthcare isn’t always fun, but you’ve been around the scene long enough to know which parts you enjoy and which you’d rather do without. When you chan... read more.

  • February 27, 2018