Dermatologists to return to ICC Birmingham for 2016 meeting

The British Association of Dermatologists will stage its annual meeting at Birmingham's ICC this summer, from 5-7 July.

The ICC Birmingham
The ICC Birmingham

It will be the third time the ICC has hosted the event. The association is hoping to build on the record attendance achieved last year in Manchester, with more than 1,000 delegates expected to attend.

"The ICC has been a popular choice for our annual meeting on previous occasions and following our 2012 meeting in Birmingham there was universal approval that we should return again at the next available date in 2016," said Christopher Garrett, conference and event services manager for the British Association of Dermatologists.

"The ICC offers all that we need for our annual meeting – excellent facilities, easily accessible location, and wonderfully friendly staff. We are looking forward to returning in July," he added.

The three-day meeting covers all aspects of Dermatology and includes prestigious keynote lectures, plenary sessions, breakout sessions and a large pharmaceutical exhibition.

Catherine Newhall-Caiger, business development director for the ICC, commented: "We are delighted to be welcoming the British Association of Dermatologists back to Birmingham and are pleased that they will be returning again in 2021. Our experienced team will be working in partnership with Chris and his colleagues to ensure their event vision is realised and that their delegates, exhibitors and speakers have a great experience with us."

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