Conferences and Events
Proven science and personal stories – presented through real life examples that made the information relatable. I enjoyed all parts of this day – very interesting!23 year-old Medical Student
Throughout the year, FACTS hosts and presents at a number of conferences and events. Each is designed to further our mission of sharing the science supporting fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) with wider medical and general audiences. Many events offer CME credit for medical professionals. In some cases, scholarships may be available for students and discounts are available for paid FACTS members who wish to attend. FACTS also offers trained speakers – available nationwide – who are able to travel to your school, group, or organization to present on a wide variety of topics in fertility awareness.
For more information or to register for a specific conference or event, please see the individual listings below.
Expand your knowledge of Fertility Awareness:
An empowering approach to women’s health care
With fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) women learn to chart physical signs that reflect underlying hormonal changes – information that can be used for health monitoring, family planning or treatment of reproductive issues. As popularity and media attention for fertility awareness increases, it is important, now more than ever, that physicians and other medical professionals are well informed.
During our annual meeting, attendees will discuss current FACTS programs and research findings, as well as opportunities for FABMs to better address issues in women’s health.
Modern Fertility Awareness for Family Planning
and Women’s Health
Fall 2019 | Date TBA | Dallas, TX
Over the past 50 years, significant innovations have been made in women’s healthcare, particularly within the realm of reproductive science. Parallel to these advances, natural methods for monitoring the female cycle have been standardized and refined based on ongoing research. This has led to modern, evidence-based fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of physicians are not familiar with FABMs, how their effectiveness rates compare to OCPs, and how the information recorded on women’s charts can aid in the diagnosis and management of common women’s health concerns. To address this knowledge gap FACTS is presenting a series of conferences designed to equip medical and health professionals to offer more holistic healthcare options for women.