APC Member Listservs
Member Listservs facilitate communication between members of APC, PRODS, UMEDS, PDAS and GMEAS. The listservs are open only to specific members of each group and are closed to non-members. Below are the email addresses of the APC listservs. You will be able to send and receive messages from the listservs in which you are a member.
All requests to join a listserv must be sent to the APC Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any emails from unknown senders to listserv addresses will be automatically deleted without being read.
Listserv Email Address:
|APC Advocacy Committee Listservemail@example.com|
|APC Chairs Member Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|APC Council Listservemail@example.com|
|APC Graduate Medical Education Committee Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|APC HIT Subcommittee Listserv (ad hoc to Advocacy)||email@example.com|
|APC Leadership Development & Diversity Committee Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|APC Practice & Management Committee Listservemail@example.com|
APC Undergraduate Medical Education Committee Listserv
|GMEAS Member Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|GMEAS Council Listservemail@example.com|
|PDAS Member Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|PDAS Council Listservemail@example.com|
|PRODS Member Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|PRODS Council Listservemail@example.com|
|UMEDS (Course Directors) Member Listservfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|UMEDS Council Listservemail@example.com|
APC Code of Conduct: Events and listservs managed or held by the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) exist for the professional development of members and for the advancement of academic pathology. Members and guests of events and listservs are expected to conduct themselves with professionalism, cordiality and respect. At a minimum, APC expects members and guests to abide by local and national laws, and APC's General Rules for Antitrust Compliance, when attending or interacting at APC events and on APC listservs. Furthermore, APC leadership has developed a ‘no tolerance’ policy toward misconduct by members or guests that results in physical or emotional harm to fellow members, guests or employees of APC or event facilities. By registering for an event or participating on a listserv, participants are expected to uphold the spirit of this code of conduct, which is intended to support the professional benefits of APC affiliation. Complaints may be submitted confidentially to APC Council, by contacting the Executive Director by phone at 301-634-7880 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If a complaint is brought to the attention of the Executive Director, the Conduct Review Committee of the APC Council shall be convened to determine, through a conscientious review of evidence, whether an individual has violated the code of conduct. If a violation of the code of conduct is judged to have occurred by a unanimous vote, the Committee may either issue a warning to correct the behavior (which will subsequently be monitored by the Committee) or the Committee may recommend that the individual will be excluded from participation in APC events and/or listservs for a period of no less than two years from the date of judgment. The individual may appeal the exclusion decision of the Committee to the entire APC Council by contacting the Executive Director; the appeal decision of the APC Council will be determined by a majority vote. If excluded from participation, at the end of two years, the individual may request in writing permission to participate in APC events and/or listservs, at which time the Conduct Review Committee may grant such permission. The individual may appeal the permission decision of the Committee to the entire APC Council by contacting the Executive Director; the permission decision of the APC Council will be determined by a majority vote.