2022 Conference

For the Future of Women’s Health

4 for 4: A global conference for every time zone

From May to August, four half-day sessions will be held around the world, enabling participants to attend virtually in real-time and earn up to 22.5 hours of CME and NCPD credit! Our final session on Saturday, August 6th, will also be offered in person, so join us online or in Lancaster, Pennsylvania to learn more about evidence-based, holistic, and restorative health care options for women!

Join us for our launch on May 19th!

We will be hosting three LIVE kick off events on Thursday, May 19th beginning with an orientation to the conference, followed by the presentation of our flagship webinars – The Female Cycle as the 5th Vital Sign and Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs) for Family Planning. You will also have the opportunity to meet some of our fantastic conference speakers at each session. These sessions are included with registration to any conference session.

No matter what time zone you are in…please join us! 

Welcome and Orientation! 7am – 8am EDT (USA – Pennsylvania)*
Session 1: The 5th Vital Sign presentation: 8pm – 10pm IST (Ireland)*
Session 2: FABMs for Family Planning presentation: 5pm – 6pm PDT (USA – Oregon)*

Each session will be recorded and made available to all!


*REMEMBER to check your local start time by clicking above times/locations








Where are you watching from?


Conference dates and start times depend on where you are watching! Dates and times listed below are in the time zone of the country location:

May 21, 2022

Hosted virtually in Ireland



June 25, 2022

Hosted virtually in Oregon



July 23, 2022

Hosted virtually in Australia



August 6, 2022

Hosted in-person & virtually in Lancaster, PA



Featured Talks & Speakers

We are delighted to welcome experts in the field of fertility awareness and restorative reproductive medicine from around the world. Learn more about featured speakers at the first session on May 21st, hosted in real-time in Ireland!


Phil Boyle, MD

NeoFertility | Ireland

Lynn Keenan, MD


Lisa Hendrickson-Jack

Fertility Friday | Canada

Brian Burke, MD

Sympto-Thermal| USA


What topics will the conference cover?

Session topics, presented by experts in restorative reproductive medicine, will focus on the role of fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) in helping couples achieve their family planning goals and address common health concerns, such as irregular cycles. We will also have sessions on the impact of sleep, nutrition and gut health on fertility, as well as updates on the latest in FemTech. Finally, speakers will present about the role of FABMs, in helping women navigate common reproductive life transitions, whether during the adolescent, post-partum or peri-menopausal periods and when women are transitioning off of hormonal birth control. Don’t miss out – registration NOW OPEN for all 4 sessions of the conference! Click here to view the schedule for the first session on May 21st!

How long is each conference session?

Each conference session will last approximately four hours, with two 45-minute sessions and several 30-minute breakout sessions. 

I attended a previous FACTS Conference. Will this one be different?

YES! This conference is different and features new presentations and speakers. Topics and speakers have been selected based on participant feedback from previous conferences. FACTS is bringing back some of the most highly rated speakers as well as welcoming new experts in the field. Spread over multiple days, this conference will feature more presentations and breakout sessions than previous conferences.

Will each monthly session cover different content?

YES! Each monthly, half-day conference session is different and features unique presentations and speakers. Check out the schedule for our first session, hosted in Ireland here.

Will CME be available?

Up to 22.5 hours of CME credit is available through the American Academy of Family Physicians. CME credits will be available for both live attendees and those who purchase and view the recordings, with completion of the post-assessment.

Can I earn nursing credit (NCPD) for this conference?

Up to 22.5 hours of nursing credit (NCPD) is available through the Institute of Reproductive Grief Care and Life Perspectives. NCPD credits will be available for both live attendees and those who purchase and view the recordings, with completion of the post-assessment.

Will recordings be available?

YES! Recordings will be available until June 1st, 2023. Medical professional who register for the CME option will automatically have access to the recordings. If you register at a lower level, you will have the option to purchase access to the recording for an additional $25 per corresponding session.

Recording access will be made available via email the first of each month following the conference session (i.e. Session 1 May 21st recordings will be accessible on June 1st). 

When does registration open?

Registration is now open! View registration fees & register

Can I register for more than one person?

Yes, you may register for more than one person, but you will need to do so individually, as contact information is required for each person who plans to attend.

I don’t have much experience in fertility awareness. Will I be able to understand the conference material?

The conference is structured so all attendees will find the information accessible, understandable, and useful – no FABM background knowledge is required to attend. If you are new to FABMs, we strongly encourage you to attend our pre-conference webinar sessions on May 19th.

Is the “student” registration only for medical students?

If you are a full-time student, you may register at the student rate. If you are a working professional and are taking classes, please register using the regular rate.

I am a FACTS member and would like to register - what is my member discount promo code?

Please email info@factsaboutferility.org to receive your promo code.

I registered for the conference. How do I access the content?

About 1-2 weeks before the conference, registrants can anticipate an email including a conference pre-assessment. Once submitted, a link will be sent for conference login via zoom. A pre-assessment allows FACTS to gauge the quality of the presentation material as well as meet requirements for awarding CME credit.

My organization is interesting in being an exhibitor and/or sponsor.

Please follow the link below to learn more about opportunities to sponsor or exhibit at our global CME conference from May to August 2022! We will host four half-day sessions virtually via zoom, with the option to also exhibit in-person at the last session in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on August 6th!

Exhibit/Sponsor at FACTS 2022 CME Virtual Conference

Will there be an opportunity to learn more about individual natural methods or opportunities to use these methods in practice?

YES! Join us at our launch event on Thursday, May 19th for an orientation to the conference, as well as the opportunity to attend our two introductory webinars on the role of fertility awareness and women’s health. (Check your local start time in above details!)

Launch event on Thursday, May 19th? What is that all about?

All are welcome to join FACTS via zoom on Thursday, May 19th for the conference launch to connect with other participants, meet some of the featured speakers, and learn more about their work with FABMs. Participants will also have the opportunity to attend one of the FACTS introductory webinars to learn more about the basics of FABMs.

Join this kick off event and get to know fellow participants passionate about fertility awareness and restorative reproductive medicine! Check out the schedule and speakers here.

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