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BPP University School of Health hosts special guest lecture

BPP University School of Health is to host a guest lecture covering the challenges of leadership in today's healthcare environment.

The event will mark the first in a series of complementary guest lectures held by the University, which will see a number of leading healthcare specialists discuss a variety of topical issues within the profession.

BPP University School of Health is delighted to welcome Sue Sparks, Head of Education and Research for The Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust, as the keynote speaker for the first lecture next month.

A highly-respected educationalist and senior manager from a large and diverse NHS Foundation Trust, Sparks has a passion for Leadership and Management. She lectures in Research Methodology and Application and Evidence Based Practice in two Higher Education Institutions within South Yorkshire and Humber. At the BPP event, she will be discussing topics including The Role of Workforce Planning, Recognising Performance and Inspiring Teams.

The lecture will be held at BPP University's Holborn site in Red Lion Street, on Wednesday, October 28, from 5.30-8.30pm. The evening will include a drinks reception and networking opportunities.

BPP University School of Health combines the academic excellence of a university with the real-life focus of a professional environment. Offering hands-on, practice-based programmes, the School of Health integrates theoretical and practical studies within a clinical setting. Based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, Liverpool, London and Manchester, each centre is easy to reach and provides the resources, technology and support needed for students to succeed in their studies.