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The College is governed by a number of Committees.  The principal governing body is the Board of Directors. In addition the College comprises the following committees:

Board of Directors (9 members)

The business of the Company is managed by or under the direction of the Directors who are elected and operate in accordance with the Constitution approved by the Fellowship at the AGM of November 2012 and which came into full effect from the AGM November 2013.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Vice President New Zealand
  • Secretary/Treasurer
  • Chair BPPQ
  • Chair BEA
  • Advisory Committees Representative
  • State/Regional Committees Representative  
  • Council Representative                      

Council (28 members)

The Council is responsible for the review and development of policies and strategies for the Company and to provide the Directors with recommendations in relation to the strategic planning and policy formulation of the Company.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Vice-President New Zealand
  • Secretary/Treasurer
  • Chair BPPQ
  • Chair BEA
  • NSW/ACT State Councillor
  • Queensland State Councillor
  • SA/NT State Councillor
  • Tasmania State Councillor
  • Victoria State Councillor
  • Western Australia State Councillor
  • Hong Kong Councillor
  • Malaysia Councillor
  • Singapore Councillor
  • Faculty of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Chair
  • Faculty of Science Chair
  • Anatomical pathology AC Chair
  • Chemical Pathology AC Chair
  • Forensic Pathology AC Chair
  • General Pathology AC Chair
  • Genetics AC Chair
  • Haematology AC Chair
  • Immunopathology AC Chair
  • Microbiology AC Chair
  • Chair of the Lay Committee
  • Chair of the Trainees Committee
  • RCPA QAP Pty Ltd Nominee

Board of Education and Assesment (BEA)

The Board of Censors is responsible for the training and examination processes for Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and for other qualifications of the College. The Board is responsible for the accreditation of laboratories for training. On behalf of the Australian Medical Council and Medical Council of New Zealand, the Board is also responsible for the assessment process for overseas trained specialists.

Board of Professional Practice and Quality (BPPQ)

The Board of Education is responsible for providing advice on education issues, promoting research in pathology and raising public awareness of pathology. The BOE develops, coordinates and supports continuing education activities, such as update courses, and coordinates the development and publication of educational materials for internal or external distribution.