We are now halfway through National Breastfeeding Month, and the need for further research on the impact of breastfeeding on both mom and baby remains relevant.
Johanna Longrenn, a midwifery student and FACTS Ambassador, conducted an interview with a fellow midwife to explore the role of midwives in educating women and couples about the option of fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs)
To continue National Breastfeeding Month, we are highlighting a review of breastfeeding attitudes and practices in East Africa. Dr. Liseli James summarized a 2020 literature review published in the International Breastfeeding Journal.
The Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science (FACTS) relies on the generous support of people who understand the need for evidence-based education on fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs).
To kick off National Breastfeeding Month, we are featuring a cross-sectional study that examines the relationship between perceived milk supply and exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months postpartum.
The FACTS elective attracts a broad spectrum of medical students interested in fertility awareness, with a vast range of baseline knowledge of the methods and their efficacy.