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Course Details
The next Headache Masterclass will be held at:
The Royal College of Physicians
Regent's Park, London on
21 June 2019
Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Neurologist, Headache Group, Institute of Neurology and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.

Assistant Course Co-ordinators:
Dr Paul Shanahan MBBCh BAO MRCPI
Consultant Neurologist, Headache Group, The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.

Access to the College

The Royal College of Physicians is a Grade 1 listed building and has recently carried out extensive DDA works to ensure that all events held at the College are made as accessible as possible to everyone, this includes taking into account physical, sensory and other disabilities to all our users.

Please advise us of any special request you may have and we will inform the venue of your requirements.”
Accessible facilities (2.24 MB)
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Car Parking

Disabled persons are very welcome to park their vehicles in the College car park. Please notify us in advance and a space will be allocated. Please also let us know if you require any assistance on your arrival at the College.

The car park is at the front of the College. To enter you must press the intercom button at the barrier to alert the reception desk of your arrival, who will then raise the barrier to allow you entry. There are two designated parking bays just to the right of the car park as you enter.

Accessible Entrance into the building

The lift platform to enter the building is to the left of the entrance, to access the Lift platform follow the black rails.

There are controls located on the top rail to the left of the lift Instruction on how to use the platform lift are clearly marked inside the lift.

At the door entrance to the College is an automatic door opening inwards, allowing you direct access to reception and an internal lift platform.

Finding your way in the building

As you enter via the front entrance you are on the reception level and have access to reception, a glass internal lift platform or access to the Wolfson theatre wheelchair booths which are situated to the left and right of the Wolfson theatre entrance.

Accessing different levels in the building

There are six different levels in the College, there are follows and can be accessed either by using the glass platform lift, or the front service lifts: Please note that all lifts at the College are compliant with tactile call buttons and an audible announcement of the level reached

  • Cloakroom level

Access to public toilets and showers, disabled unisex toilets, cloakroom and Wolfson theatre platform lift for access onto Wolfson stage ( this is access for wheelchair speakers or chairpersons)
  • Lower Hall

Access to Seligman theatre, Silver room, Platt room, Thomas Cotton room and the Fellows Buttery
  • Reception level

Access to reception desk Wolfson theatre Main entrance, Wolfson theatre wheelchair booths
  • Ground Floor

Access to the Sloane Room, Linacre Room, College Officers corridor, Council Chamber and the Censor’s Room.
  • First Floor

Access to the Dorchester Library and the Osler & Long Room
  • Second Floor

Access to the Willan Room, Heberden Room, Dorchester Library Gallery and the Wellcome Library.

In the following rooms the Royal College of Physicians use a portable system:

Linacre Room

Sloane Room

There is a portable Induction Loop Amplifier at reception

If you have any comments about the facilities or any comments to make about these instructions, please contact us.