Research Updates: Shared Decision-Making Tool and Reproductive Health Curricula Research
By attending this webinar participants will be able to:
- Define shared decision making (SDM) and discuss the use of a tool to facilitate this process
- Discuss the preliminary results of a study of an SDM tool designed to assist women to choose an appropriate FABM (Fertility awareness-based Method)
- State the reproductive health topics most commonly covered in medical school curricula
- List other research priorities in the area of fertility awareness education
Grand Rounds is held monthly for health care professionals as part of RRM's Educational Webinar Series. Presentations aim to improve the clinician's foundational knowledge as well as highlight and encourage research and new methods in the area of Restorative Reproductive Medicine. These sessions should enhance the efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of healthcare delivery, and in turn, lead to improved patient outcomes.
Approved for 1.0 Live, virtual CME prescribed credit.
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Presented by Marguerite Duane, MD, MHA, FAAFP
Dr. Marguerite Duane, a board-certified family physician and Adjunct Associate Professor at Georgetown University, is co-founder and Executive Director of FACTS – the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science, an organization dedicated to educating healthcare professionals about the science supporting fertility awareness-based methods.
She also works providing direct primary care (DPC) and is currently doing a research fellowship and women’s health Infertility and Awareness at the University of Utah with Dr. Joseph Stanford. Dr. Duane is trained as a Creighton and FEMM Medical consultant and a TeenSTAR educator. She has published articles on the effectiveness of fertility awareness based methods for family planning and the use of apps for tracking fertility.
She has also developed and delivered multiple presentations on the use of fertility awareness-based methods for family planning and women’s health. She has also previously served on the boards of both the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and the FMEC.
Dr. Duane received her M.D. degree with recognition in primary care from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed her Family Medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA. She received a Bachelor of Science with Honors degree and a Master of Health Administration degree from Cornell University. Dr. Duane balances her career as a teacher and Family Physician, with her role as a mother and wife. She is proud to be accompanied on this life’s journey by her husband and fellow family physician, Dr. Kenneth Lin, and they are delighted to be the parents of 4 young children.
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