Discover how charting and a further understanding of the female cycle can provide diagnostic tools and more options to treat a myriad of common women’s health issues, as well as modern, natural fertility management options.
continuing education opportunities
Modern Fertility Care is pleased to endorse these two prominent organizations, which offer various continuing education and certification programs for medical professionals.
These offerings are for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.
FACTS is a group of physicians, healthcare professionals, and educators working together to provide information about natural fertility awareness-based methods for the medical community. This collaborative offers various programs for medical professionals, including three key courses:
Fertility & Family Planning: The science behind fertility awareness based methods. The science behind fertility awareness based methods is often referred to as the FACTS Medical presentation. This presentation focuses on the science underlying FABMs and describes each of the evidence based methods and their effectiveness rates for preventing pregnancy and in some cases achieving pregnancy. (1 CME credit)
Fertility Awareness Based Methods for Achieving and Preventing Pregnancy. This course is a slightly modified version of the original presentation. While the objectives and content are essentially the same, this presentation focuses first on the use of these methods for achieving pregnancy and includes a case where FABM charts aided in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. (1 CME credit)
The Female Cycle as the 5th Vital Sign. This presentation is designed to highlight the health of the female cycle and how the female chart can potentially aid in the diagnosis and work-up of common women’s health concerns.
(1 CME credit)
To view the course schedule, and to register, visit the FACTS website.
FEMM is committed to women’s health and education. FEMM recognizes that ovulation is a sign of health, and empowers women to be agents in the management and care of their overall reproductive health and well-being.
The FEMM medical management course is available to medical professionals who will receive 21 CME credits.
This 3-day course covers:
Physiology and pathophysiology of ovarian function
Overview of RHRI diagnostic and treatment protocols
Patient case study reviews and discussions
To view the course schedule, and to register, visit the FEMM website.