Anatomic Pathology Planning Committee

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WARNING: As of January 4, 2016 the Anatomic Pathology domain is merged into the PaLM domain.
As a consequence this page is deprecated and superseded by the PaLM_Planning_Committee page

Planning committee co-chairs

Dr Christel DANIEL (ADICAP), INSERM U872 eq 20, 15 rue de l’école de médecine, Paris, France

Email :

Dr Thomas Schrader, Department of Pathology, Charite, Berlin, Germany

Email :

Current Anatomic Pathology Profiles (in Final Text and Trial Implementation)

  • The new releases of the Anatomic Patholgy Technical Framework (PAT TF) and supplement(s) for trial implementation are available on the web site :[1]
  • The new supplement(s)for public comment are available on the web site :[2]

2010/2011 Work in Progress

2012 Scheduled Meetings

The following table lists all scheduled meetings of the AP Planning or Technical Committee. All times are Central Time.

Governance of AP Planning Committee

How to participate

ADICAP, ASIP Sante, SEIS, SEAP, and CAP welcome comments on this document and the IHE initiative. They should be directed to co-chairs:

Dr Christel DANIEL (ADICAP), INSERM U872 eq 20, 15 rue de l’école de médecine, Paris, France Email

Dr. Marcial García Rojo (SESCAM), Servicio de Salud de Castilla La Mancha, Spain Email

Dr Thomas Schrader, Department of Pathology, Charite, Berlin, Germany Email

Comments may also be addressed to the IHE Anatomic Pathology international mailing list: IHE AP Google Group

Meeting Participation

In order to participate in meetings, you must first be a delegate of an approved IHE member organization. Membership is granted only to “organizations” and each member names delegates to participate in various domain committees. Please check the membership list to ensure your organization is a bona fide member of IHE. If not, then you can apply for membership (it’s free) using this webpage.

Eligibility to Vote

Any IHE member organization is entitled to send a delegate to attend a meeting. However in order to vote, the member (organization) must have earned (and maintained) voting privileges prior to the designated meeting. The rules around voting privileges are articulated on the IHE website, but summarized below.

  • There is one vote per IHE Member organization
  • quoted from IHE Governance Document
    • A new Member Organization shall be entitled to vote and count towards a quorum of each committee it has joined, upon attendance by a designated Representative beginning at the second committee meeting after the Member Organization joined
    • A Member Organization that is not present at three consecutive meetings at which votes are taken is considered lapsed and forfeits the privilege of voting on any Committee matter.
    • A lapsed Member Organization shall have its voting privilege restored upon and at the attendance of one or more of its Representatives at two successive committee meetings, and that Member Organization will be allowed to vote at that second successive meeting.
  • Abstain by email For purpose of maintaining voting rights for members unable to attend meetings, it is possible to submit an "abstain" email vote to the secretary and both co-chairs prior to the beginning of the meeting. Any vote received after the beginning of the meeting will be discarded (i.e. an "abstain" email vote received on the second day of a one week meeting will not count for maintaining voting rights)

See Also