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FPIN Editorial Team
The FPIN editorial team is composed of over two-dozen family medicine physician editors with wide-ranging areas of expertise. Their primary responsibility is to edit FPIN member manuscripts for submission into The Journal of Family Practice, American Family Physician, and Evidence-Based Practice. However, the FPIN editors don’t stop there. You will also find them presenting onsite workshops at various residency programs across the country, creating curriculum for our FPIN Institute, collaborating together to improve editorial processes, and making decisions about constructing good clinical questions.
VP of Publications/Executive Editor
Robert Beck, MD - Cedar Rapids Medical Education Foundation
David Moss, MD - Nellis Family Medicine Residency
Natasha Pyzocha, DO - Fort Carson
Shailey Prasad, MD, MPH - University of Minnesota
FPIN is looking for Peer Reviewers! There are many benefits to peer reviewing a manuscript, among some of them are: Peer review is reportable as faculty scholarly activity on annual ACGME reports, Peer review may fulfill local university scholarly activity requirements, Peer review can be included on curriculum vitae, Peer review provides further experience with the medical literature that can improve skill in critical appraisal and medical writing. Interested? To sign up to become an FPIN Peer Reviewer, go HERE and click "Register Now".