Promoting the Highest Standards in Psychiatry

The American College of Psychiatrists comprises more than 750 psychiatrists who have demonstrated excellence in the field of psychiatry, and achieved national recognition in clinical practice, research, academic leadership, or teaching.

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2018 Annual Meeting

Register now for the 2018 Annual Meeting in Tampa.

(Please note that the meeting begins at 9:30 am on Wednesday, February 21, 2018.)


PRITE® is the educational resource for psychiatric residents and training programs.

Each section of the exam focuses on a particular component of psychiatry, offering references to support and explain correct answers.

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PIPE® is a comprehensive online exam allowing clinicians to assess their knowledge and skills throughout their careers. PIPE is designed to:

  • Prepare psychiatrists for ABPN certification and maintenance of certification (MOC)
  • Fulfill ABPN's "self-assessment and lifelong learning" MOC requirement
  • Provide up to 30 hours of Cat. 1 CME credit

Download a PIPE order form

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2017 PRITE Updates to Score Reports

Resident Reports

2017 Psychiatry Resident In-Training Examination - PRITE Score Reports

Training Director Reports

2017 Psychiatry Resident In-Training Examination - Training Director Reports

Resident Fellowships

Our fellowship programs are designed to recognize outstanding accomplishments by psychiatry Residents and Fellows. 

Laughlin Fellowship
PRITE Fellowship


2017 Laughlin Fellow

Priti Ojha, M.D.
University of California
San Diego
Note to Laughlin Fellows!


About The College

The American College of Psychiatrists (The College) is a not-for-profit honorary association dedicated to providing continuing education to its Members, promoting the latest advances in the specialty, and supporting the highest standards in psychiatry.

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50th Anniversary Video

50th Anniversary Video - Henry P. Laughlin