Vision: "FPIN envisions a primary care workforce that thinks critically, communicates expertly, and utilizes the best current evidence to improve the health of patients."
Mission: "FPIN provides quality education and professional development for primary care clinicians to practice evidence-based medicine and produce scholarship."
We value… Answering the most important questions in primary care with the best and most current evidence.
We value… Caring for our community members with respect and contributing to their professional growth.
We value… Service that is so remarkable and rare that people can't help but talk about us.
FPIN is a community of inclusion that is committed to engaging residency programs who wish to join us in revolutionizing primary care by translating research into practice. As the community grows, so does our potential to impact the family medicine workforce, residency education, and the dissemination of answers to important clinical questions.
FPIN currently works with over 155+ family medicine residency programs through publication opportunities, on-site workshops, and online learning modules that support evidence based medicine education and curricula. With the requirements for scholarly activity, FPIN has developed a plan by which we provide:
- Faculty and professional development with national leadership roles available through FPIN's Leadership and Editor Network
- Achievable publication opportunities for busy faculty and residents
- Opportunities to present at national meetings
- The building blocks to support a culture of inquiry
- Mediums to disseminate answers to clinical questions to practicing clinicians
- Faculty-resident mentorship support
FPIN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All family medicine residency programs (including osteopathic) are eligible to apply for FPIN membership. We are a community-based organization joined together because of our mutual interest in seeing the mission of FPIN realized; "FPIN provides quality education and professional development for primary care clinicians to practice evidence-based medicine and produce scholarship."