Webinars

Strengthen Your Understanding of Fertility Awareness

In keeping with the FACTS mission to educate physicians and health care professionals so they may empower women and engage men to appreciate and care for their fertility, we are pleased to offer the following programs:

In addition to our ongoing webinars listed below, FACTS is pleased to present a series of new webinars, one offered each month through June 2020. These bonus presentations will reflect current research and topics of growing interest in the field of fertility awareness.

Registration is now OPEN for our final presentation on the following date. This presentation is 1 hour in length. To enroll, click below on the event date.

Chart Neo & the Virtual Fertility Advisor  |  Tuesday, June 23rd, 8:30 pm EST

We hope you will join us! And remember, if you are a FACTS member, you are granted attendance for one free webinar each year. Click here to become a member or email our webinar coordinator at speaker@FACTSaboutFertility.org for more information.

Our original presentation is entitled Fertility & Family Planning: The science behind fertility awareness based methods. This presentation focuses on the science underlying FABMs and describes each of the evidence based methods and their effectiveness rates for avoiding pregnancy and in some cases achieving pregnancy. This curriculum is available as both as a live webinar and an in-person speaker presentation. Participation in the webinar is open to all audiences. Additionally, the course content has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 1.00 Elective credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This webinar will return in the fall of 2020. Stay tuned for updates!

Fertility Awareness Based Methods for Achieving and Preventing Pregnancy is a slightly modified version of our original presentation. While the objectives and content are essentially the same, in this presentation we focus first on the use of these methods for achieving pregnancy and include a case where FABM charts aided in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. We then briefly discuss each of the evidence based FABMs and their effectiveness rates for preventing pregnancy. This curriculum is available as both as a live webinar and an in-person speaker presentation. Participation in the webinar is open to all audiences,  and each presentation is 1 hour in length. Additionally, the course content has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 1.00 Elective credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This webinar will return in the fall of 2020. Stay tuned for updates!

Our newest presentation is entitled The Female Cycle as the 5th Vital Sign. This presentation is designed to highlight the health of the female cycle and how the fertility awareness chart can potentially aid in the diagnosis and management of common women’s health concerns. This curriculum is available as both as a live webinar and an in-person speaker presentation. Participation in the webinar is open to all audiences. Additionally, the course content has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 1.00 Elective credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This webinar will return in the fall of 2020. Stay tuned for updates!

Last year, in conjunction with Natural Womanhood, FACTS developed our first presentation for a general audience. Entitled The Signs of the Female Cycle Explained this presentation is suitable for patients and diverse lay groups. Topics covered include the science of charting a woman’s cycle, the applications and benefits of using FABMs for health, the effectiveness of FABMs for family planning, and the benefits of using FABMs in comparison to artificial methods of birth control. This curriculum is available as both as a live webinar and an in-person speaker presentation. Participation in the webinar is open to all audiences. It is NOT approved for CME credit.

This webinar will return in the fall of 2020. Stay tuned for updates!

Can’t make it to these presentations? Email us to be notified of upcoming webinars or for more information.

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