First, I’d like to thank you for considering FPIN (Family Physicians Inquiries Network) as a place that you might want to share your skills and talents. The business world is filled with many types of opportunities and it takes a special type of person to want to work for a nonprofit organization knowing that the mission and what is best for the community will always come first.
I have had the privilege to work in a variety of organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to grass roots start-up social enterprises. I will always hold those experiences near and dear my heart, but none of them compare to the career passion I have found at FPIN. I think it is fair to say that every team member would agree that FPIN is a fantastic place to learn and work. What makes it extraordinary is the group of dynamic, creative, and dedicated people that comprise the administrative staff, membership community, editorial team, and Board of Directors.
When recruiting for new employees and interns, we look for people who thrive on giving 100% to make a difference in every project for which they are contributing. We are proud to offer a casual and fun atmosphere that still promotes the highest level of professionalism. Full-time employees enjoy generous medical benefits, vacation pay, wellness time off, SIMPLE IRA, and a unique wellness program to support a healthy lifestyle. Interns are offered a flexible schedule and remarkable opportunities to learn under the mentorship of our experienced team.
“To be successful, the first thing you need to do is fall in love with your work.”-Sister Mary Lauretta
We have numerous editorial positions available including in the area of journalism, marketing, social media, and finance.
If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and please apply below.
In light of the recent, indiscriminate Executive Order on January 27th regarding immigration that will impact the primary care workforce, the FPIN Board of Directors voted that it was important we make a statement on behalf of our community. Historically, FPIN has not had a traditional advocacy arm. Our position is not political. However, we do feel compelled to share the unintended impacts that this Executive Order will have on our work, which is very personal to many of our immigrant colleagues and to many of us working in medical education. We invite and encourage all of our members to read the letter HERE.
FPIN – Family Physicians Inquiries Network
FPIN is proud to support Dr. Jon Neher and his recently published work titled, The Data Driven Physician: Ten Years of “Letters from the Editor” of Evidence-Based Practice.
This books contains over 120 of his essays written as short letters to the journal readers. The essays cover everything from statistics to diseases in squirrels, P-values to peas filling the Grand Canyon, the dangers of sugar to the Good Ship Lollipop. You'll never have so much fun exploring medicine, science, and statistics as in the company of this companionable writer.
Your editor letters are among my favorite reading and I am thrilled to see a collection get published. -- Bernard Ewigman, MD MSPH FAAFP, Professor & Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Biological Sciences Division, The University of Chicago
Jon, you are a wonderful presence in the Family Medicine world and a gift to FPIN! -- Timothy Mott, MD, FAAFP, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences