This interview with a patient exemplifies how these communications bring home to medical professionals the facts about fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs), opening their eyes to the science and benefits, and leaving them thirsty for more. Natalie Santa-Pinter conducted the interview as a third-year medical student. Read more.
June is Men’s Health Month and this week we feature an interview with a patient who has experienced the value of having a male partner fully invested in using fertility-awareness-based methods (FABMs) for family planning. Hannah Sinks, a second-year medical student, conducted this interview as part of a two-week online selective through Georgetown University.
June is Men’s Health Month, and we are excited to feature a research review written by Jamil Hayden, a third-year medical student, that addresses gaps in education for men about fertility. The research was published in 2018 in Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences and is titled, “Can Reproductive Life Plan-based Counselling Increase Men’s Fertility Awareness?” Click to learn more.
This year, we have featured a FACTS-trained speaker monthly to highlight the diversity and depth of knowledge of our talented pool of experts. This month, we are delighted to feature Dr. Deidre Wilson, a family physician with a special interest and expertise in reproductive health and fertility care. Since 2013, FACTS has trained speakers to provide presentations sharing the science of fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) with medical professionals, students, and the public. We have equipped more than ninety speakers who regularly present in medical schools, residency programs, hospitals, clinics, nursing schools, universities, and communities throughout the US and internationally.
Many women find fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) empowering, and Sara is one of them. This interview with a user of the Marquette Model is part of our series that highlights the variety of FABMs available to meet the needs of women and couples. Anisha Patel, a second-year medical student, conducted this interview as part of a two-week online elective through Georgetown University
Fertility awareness applications (apps) are a hot topic and will continue to grow in popularity, making it essential to assess their effectiveness, accuracy, and ease of use. This is a review of research published in 2018 in the International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics titled, “Acceptability of a text message-based fertility awareness application for family planning in Lucknow, India.”