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The annual Psychiatry Resident-in-Training Examination (PRITE) is not a board certification test, but rather an evaluation resource for psychiatry residency programs. Most psychiatry residents in the U.S. take the exam three to four times during their training, according to the exam designer – the American College of Psychiatrists.
The two-day test includes 300 questions using test booklets and answer sheets. The content areas include:
Neurology and neurosciences
Growth and development
Behavioral science and social psychiatry
Somatic treatment methods
Patient evaluation and treatment selection
Alcoholism and substance abuse
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) issues certifications recognizing qualified specialists credential, training and testing requirements. The ABPN oversees the two-part board examinations for psychiatry, neurology or neurology with special qualifications in child neurology. The parts are divided into multiple-choice and oral exams and the total application and exam fees near $3,000.
Part I of the psychiatry exam is timed, multiple-choice and administered by computer at Pearson VUE testing centers. Psychiatry questions cover the following areas:
Development through the life cycle
Behavioral and social sciences
Epidemiology and public policy
Clinical aspects of psychiatric disorders
Treatment of psychiatric disorders
Special topics like suicide, child abuse, sexual abuse and domestic violence
Part II of the exam features two sections. The candidate is given 30 minutes to examine a patient while one or more examiners observes, followed by 30 minutes of discussion with the examiners. Candidates are evaluated on the physician-patient relationship, interview conduct, data organization, phenomenology, diagnosis and prognosis.
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