SET for Success

SET, the Supplemental Education and Training program, is an online experience designed to help residents build knowledge around the milestones to meet the requirements of the six ACGME core competencies and learn about the business of medicine.

Psychiatry Review and Exam Prep

APA has developed exam review materials in a variety of formats. Review your knowledge and expand clinical expertise with a collection of board exam preparation resources.


MindGames, APA's national residency team competition, is a fun way for residents to test their knowledge on patient care, medical knowledge, and psychiatric history while earning bragging rights for their program.

100% Club for Residency Training Programs

The APA 100% Club was established to encourage residents throughout the United States and Canada to join the APA with fellow trainees in their programs.


View information about APA/APAF Fellowships, including how to apply, application requirements, deadlines, and program benefits.

Residency Training Program Vacancies

APA's free service to residents, students and residency programs. The Clearinghouse allows those seeking residency/fellowship positions to see what is available.

Coping With Patient Suicide

This information is intended to provide you with support, to help you learn from the experience of patient suicide, and to grow as a psychiatrist and as a person.

Resident-Fellow Membership

Learn about benefits, eliginility and how become a Resident-Fellow Member of APA.

Featured Publications

View featured publications available APA Resident-Fellow Members, including A Resident’s Guide to Surviving Psychiatric Training, 3rd Edition, Building a Career in Psychiatry, Resident-Fellow Member Handbook.

Publishing Opportunities

Resident-Fellow Member Trustee (RFMT) Uchenna Okoye, M.D., M.P.H., and RFMT-Elect Tanuja Gandhi, M.D., encourage RFMs to submit original submissions for the Psychiatric News’ Residents’ Forum. Articles should be about 650 words and address an issue or perspective of interest to RFMs in a first-person narrative and conversational style. Contact Dr. Okoye to obtain more information.

Residents' Journal, published online monthly with The American Journal of Psychiatry, serves as a forum for psychiatry residents and fellows to share ideas and experiences in training, clinical practice, research, and careers with colleagues. Learn how to submit an article to the Residents' Journal.