Every year the Royal College of Psychiatrists awards a number of memberships to psychiatrists without examination. This is done under Bye-Law III 2 (ii). The sub-category Bye-Law III 2 (ii) (a) states that the ‘Membership of the College may be extended to senior psychiatrists who have practised with distinction over many years and are of international repute’. Candidates should be nominated, proposed and seconded by two members or fellows of the College. If the candidate is from outside the UK, one of the sponsors must be from the applicant's home country. Nominations are accepted from all over the world (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2001).
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