American College of Psychiatrists
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The American College of Psychiatrists is an association of psychiatrists based in Chicago. It operates annual meetings, publishes a newsletter, presents awards and organizes the PRITE exam for psychiatric residents and the PIPE exam for practicing psychiatrists. Membership is decided by current members, with a limit of 750 psychiatrists out of the more than 46,000 psychiatrists in the United States. It was founded in 1963.
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