Research Updates: Update on Marquette Method Research

Updates on Marquette Research Method By Dr. Richard J. Fehring We’re sorry, this content is only available to current IIRRM Members.  Please Log In below or click here to become a member of the International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine.  Need to renew? Just login below and visit your account page. As a member in addition to accessing our library of webinars, conferences, and continuing education. We also host multiple live webinars most month of the year, as well as regional and international conferences. CME accredited webinars include Grand Rounds, Journal Clubs, updates in research, and a new series for RRM […]

Grand Rounds: Sharing the FACTS

Grand Rounds : Sharing the FACTS Presented by: Dr. Duane Part 1 Part 2 Core learning outcomes: Define natural or fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) of family planning and demonstrate an understanding of the scientific basis of these methods. Describe types of FABMs and their mechanisms of action. Discuss the effectiveness of FABMs to avoid and achieve pregnancy. Consider the characteristics of specific types of FABMs to determine the appropriate patient population for use. We’re sorry, this content is only available to current IIRRM Members.  Please Log In below or click here to become a member of the International Institute for Restorative […]

IIRRM Endorsed Paper Published:Marquette Method

In JABFM:  Efficacy of a new postpartum transition protocol for avoiding pregnancy.   Dr. Thomas Bouchard, an RRM physician with a particular expertise in the Marquette Method, has published an exciting new protocol to help women who wish to avoid pregnancy during the post-partum period. This study outlines a protocol that can be readily implemented in a physician’s office and offers women and their physicians some additional tools to use to help with post-partum family planning.   Abstract INTRODUCTION: The postpartum period is a challenging time for family planning, especially for women who breastfeed. Breastfeeding delays the return of menses […]