About the Author


Scott Cooper, MD

Author Bio: Scott Cooper, MD is a recent graduate of Via Christi Family Medicine Residency in Wichita, KS. He participated in the FACTS elective in fertility awareness during his last year of residency. He now practices full-time in Wichita at a direct primary care (DPC) clinic called Antioch Med, which is designed to reach the uninsured and underinsured with high quality care.


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WHAT’S IN YOUR TOOLBOX?

The FACTS 2021 CME Conference

Fertility Awareness – Expanding Care for Women’s Health

On the heels of the success of our fall 2020 two-day CME virtual conference, we are excited to announce the details for our 2021 event. We are looking forward to this year’s virtual conference as an opportunity to connect with one another, to learn more about fertility awareness, and to explore timely topics in women’s reproductive health together. Expand your toolbox and join us in May!  Click here for more details and registration information.We hope to “see” you there!

• FABM overview and their applications for:
– Hypothalamic Amenorrhea
– Dysmenorrhea
– Thyroid Dysfunction
– Infertility
– Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
– Adolescence and Body Literacy
– Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

• Fem Tech – NeoFertility and FEMM
• Functional Medicine in Women’s Health and FABMs
• Extensive Q&A with our expert panels
• Bonus Pre-conference Presentations!
• CME Credit*
*AAFP (American Academy of Family Physicians) CME credit is pending.

Click here to download the full conference agenda

Can’t make it on these days?! Not to worry – Your registration will also allow access to these presentations through the end of 2021!

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