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!
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.
The 2019 FACTS Annual Meeting
Fertility Awareness and Fem-Tech: Synergy for the 21st Century
Fem-tech (or Female technology) refers to the use of technology in women’s health. More than ever, women are interested in understanding and tracking their cycle to better monitor and manage their health. What do fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) have to contribute to the fem-tech explosion? The ability to track and analyze data is just the first step. We need medical professionals that have the training necessary to interpret and leverage this data to optimize women’s health. Although interest in fertility awareness and “fem-tech” is spreading like a wild fire, the overwhelming majority of medical professionals are not well-informed about the basics of fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) and the technology that can facilitate tracking the female cycle.
This year’s FACTS Annual Meeting will combine the science behind FABMs with practical applications made possible by fem-tech. Combining fertility awareness with new technologies (in the form of apps, online platforms, and more!) holds tremendous promise for women and couples—both for family planning and reproductive health. Learn more!