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Venue and Travel


The Dermatology Seminar will be held at the Jurys Inn Birmingham

Jurys Inn Birmingham
245 Broad Street
B1 2HQ

For further information, please visit the Jurys Inn website.

Paid parking is available at the hotel’s onsite car park, which has 200 parking spaces.  The cost per 24 hours is £14.20. There is a height restriction of 1.7m. The following tarriffs apply:

Up to 1 hour: £1.50

Up to 2 hours: £3.00

Up to 3 hours: £4.00

4 to 6 hours: £6.00

7 to 10 hours: £9.50

11 to 24 hours: £14.20

Please note: Charges will apply up to 30 minutes past the hour after which the charge goes to the next price point, for example: if parked up to one hour 30 minutes the charge is £1.50 if parked for 1 hour 31 minutes the charge is £3.00

The nearest public car park is 4 min walk away at Brindley Place. It is opened 24 hours and the cost is £15.70 for 24 hours.

The above prices are subject to change.

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  • Dermatology 2018

    “Well organised, very relevant information, well presented. One of the best courses I’ve been on.”

    Dr Camilla Arthur

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    “Very informative and well presented. Always a hallmark of Pulse’s seminars.”

     Dr Herman Lai

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    “An excellent learning experience-very well presented by experts in their specific fields”.

    Dr Raza Askari

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    “Good teaching style and learned a lot to help my practice. A good academic, relaxed day away from the hectic surgery!”

    Dr Shafiq Rahman

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    “This is the second time I have been to the pulse dermatology seminar, and I would do so again. The material is practical, relevant and interesting.”

    Dr Sue Rutherford