Dr. Urrutia reviews the methodology and main findings of 2018 review on FABM effectiveness for avoiding pregnancy and disucsses the important limitations of the data including population-based differences in effectiveness, especially among breastfeeding and postpartum individuals. She also introduces and identifies clinical decision-making tools providers and patients regarding choosing an FABM to avoid pregnancy, reviews new technologies currently being applied to FABM use, and discusses the role of the FDA in clearing fertility awareness apps for contraception.
Danielle Koestner, MD presents the practical application and use of the Fertility Education and Medical Management (FEMM) app in clinical practice, followed by a discussion. FEMM is an app and fertility management tool that is free to download, and teaches women how to monitor hormonal activity and identify ovulation, to manage both health and fertility.
RRM Research Updates this April looks at shared decision making (SDM), the use of a tool in this process, and preliminary results of a study of an SDM tool designed to assist women to choose an appropriate FABM (Fertility awareness-based Method). Look at other research Dr. Marguerite Duane and her team at FACTS are working on, and learn where the priorities are in the area of fertility awareness education.
Join February Research Updates presented by Rene Leiva, MD, CD. CCFP, FCFP to explore the combination of PDG/Progesterone and LH urine testing for the dynamic monitoring of the menstrual cycle, as well as look at the use of e-technology for complementing the menstrual cycle charting.
Explore the landscape of evidence, and new emerging research, in fertility apps. Additionally we will compare and contrast the aspects of different fertility apps that could be included in patient education and decision-making. Presented by Rebecca Simmons, PhD, MPH, a faculty member in the Department of OBGYN at the University of Utah.
This webinar proposes a standardized model to address the complex circumstances of pregnancy associated with the use of fertility recognition and the difficulty of its evaluation. Participants will learn to define and identify the different situations associated with pregnancy while using methods of fertility recognition (FABM) with the initial intent to avoid pregnancy. Practitioners will learn to organize and standardize clinical practice when facing a pregnancy..
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