Conferences and Events
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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.
Modern Fertility Awareness for Women’s Health and Family Planning
After careful consideration, we have decided to postpone our one-day CME conference originally planned for July 11, 2020 in Baltimore, MD. The good news is we have changed the conference to a completely digital format and moved the date to Friday, October 2 and Saturday October 3, 2020. We are looking forward to this event as an opportunity to connect with one another, learn more about fertility awareness, and to share all we have accomplished together. We hope to “see” you there!
Interest is growing in Fertility Awareness Based Methods. Are you prepared to counsel women about FABMs so they can make more informed health decisions? Fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) provide valuable information about the female cycle that reflects a woman’s hormonal health. As interest in FABMs increases, it is important that YOU are well-equipped with the latest research to inform women.
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 this one-day conference in 2020 designed to equip medical and health professionals to offer more holistic and restorative healthcare options for women. Join us!