Join us at the FACTS 2018 Annual Meeting!
Expand your knowledge of Fertility Awareness!
We invite YOU – medical professionals, residents and students – to join us
for the FACTS annual meeting to discuss current programs. research findings,
and ways FABMs can help address issues in women’s health.
November 9, 2018 | 8:00 am to 12:30 pm | Hilton Westchester | Rye Brook, NY
Increase your knowledge of FABMs with FACTS Webinars!
Our webinars cover a wide range of topics in fertility awareness and are designed to
educate physicians, health care professionals, and students.
Have you ever wondered what are the best markers of ovulation? Or what marks the end of the fertile window? This research summary, written by Dr. Shelly Capps, will shed some light.
In our most recent post, 2nd year medical student, Kellie Wo interviews a couple who struggled early on while using the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM), yet persevered. Their end result is part of the beauty of FABMs.
September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. In this post, fourth-year med student, Chris Galletti, details the story of one patient to help illustrate how practical applications of FABMs can help diagnose, treat, and manage medical conditions like PCOS.
This is the last article in our month-long series on breastfeeding, fertility, and family planning. In this post we had the opportunity to journey back with Sheila Kippley, co-founder with her husband, John, of NFP International, to learn the history of Ecological Breastfeeding.
Earlier this month, a multidisciplinary team undertook a comprehensive review of the published evidence of FABM effectiveness for avoiding pregnancy. This article follows the previous FABM literature review published by FACTS members in 2013. Although both reviews are rigorous, some critical differences warrant deeper scrutiny.
Tell Us More! Complete the 2018 Friends of FACTS Survey and help us to continue delivering the best in evidence-based resources to the medical community! And, read more in our month-long series on breastfeeding and women’s health!