FACTS is a collaborative of medical professionals, educators and supporters. We are committed to educating our colleagues and clients about fertility and ways to monitor a woman’s cycle for the purposes of family planning and health maintenance. Our success to date is due to the dedication of our members and their willingness to work together to share the best evidence supporting the use of natural or fertility awareness based methods of family planning. We invite you to become a part of our diverse team of people who are passionate about teaching others the FACTS about fertility appreciation.
Members are expected to support our mission and vision, and work with us to help us achieve the goals of our organization. FACTS has developed a statement of principles that guide our work. Our members come from diverse backgrounds, and as such, are asked to employ the Principles of Dialogue.
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One benefit of professional membership includes access to 1 online CME webinar a year. Participants will learn about the scientific basis and physiology of FABMs, what methods are available, and what method might be best for a given patient population. Effectiveness rates for avoiding or achieving pregnancy will also be covered. Register for membership below in order to access this presentation for credit.
Who is involved in FACTS?
We are a diverse group of individuals united by a common goal: to share the best evidence available with health care colleagues so they can educate women and men about their fertility, empower them to make more informed choices about family planning, and enable women to collaborate with their physicians to better monitor and manage their reproductive health. We invite you to become a part of our diverse team of people who are passionate about teaching others the FACTS about fertility appreciation by joining today.
What are some resources for teaching patients in Spanish?
Family of the America’s has developed a program to teach a method very similar to the Billings Ovulation Method by comparing a woman’s fertility to the natural fertility of the earth. The program has been translated into a number of different languages including Spanish and has been used effectively to teach women and men with very low health literacy.
SymptoPro and Couple to Couple League offer their materials in Spanish for women or couples interested in learning the sympto-thermal method. There are a limited number of Spanish instructors, depending on your location.
The Marquette web-site also has materials available in Spanish.