The Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network (PsychSIGN) is the national network of medical students interested in psychiatry, from those with a rough interest in the brain and mind to those already in the residency application and match process.
APA/APAF Medical Student Programs provide medical students who are interested in serving underserved communities the experiential learning, training, and professional development they need to be leaders in the field of psychiatry.
Explore a career in psychiatry and find resources and ways to get involved.
Read the candidate bios for the open offices in this year's APA National Election.
The field of psychiatry is growing and evolving, as evident by the changes seen in the psychiatric workforce over time. The APA Resident-Fellow Census creates a yearly demographic picture of psychiatry residents—the future of psychiatry.
This two-part guide will help medical students, residents, fellows, and early career physicians successfully prepare for career transition points.
The Scientific Program Committee and Administration work year-round to ensure each Annual Meeting is a success.
Residents and Medical Students
Link to president's column, From the President, in Psychiatric News
Find information about APA governance and resources necessary to execute leadership responsibilities.