Care for the Whole Woman: A Training Series from Heartbeat International

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 Advances to fertility care have advanced rapidly in the last few years. Now more than ever, we're seeing fertility care programs that offer true alternatives to pharmaceutical driven women's care. 

 
In this training series, you'll hear from fertility experts around the United States who are not only making fertility education more accessible to clients, but are pioneering ways to empower women through health care that works with their bodies. This training series offers valuable insights from experts trained through various fertility approaches including FEMM: Fertility Education and Medical Mangement, NaPro Technology, as well as experts with training in the Creighton Model Fertility Care System and Natural Family Planning. 
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 16061 for 4.0 contact hours. 

 

 

Fertility Awareness 101 for Pregnancy Centers
  • Define fertility awareness based methods (FABM)
  • Identify key information Pregnancy Resource Centers should know about FABM's
  • Explain how to find FABM resources 

Hormonal Contraception in Women's Health and Naprotechnology Alternatives

 

1. Review the different options for hormone contraceptives.
2. Review the marketed health benefits vs. the negative risks of hormone contraception.
3. Discuss the methods of Fertility Awareness Based Methods and their effectiveness.
4. Discuss Naprotechnology a new science that treats the underlying condition in women's health issues. 
5. Provide examples of how naprotechnology is used in practice. 

 

 
FEMM: Fertility Education and Medical Management Redefining Women's Health Training Objectives:
At the end of this webinar, the participant will be able to 
1. Discuss the four main female hormones that regulate reproductive health.
2. Discuss how estrogen and progesterone influence the cervix and endometrium
3. Define a normal ovulatory cycle
4. Name several causes of abnormal menstrual cycles
Progesterone Safety
  • Identify the purpose of progesterone in pregnancy.
  • Discuss what happens when progesterone levels are inhibited.
  • Discuss the safety of bio-identical progesterone.
  • Identify differences between synthetic progestin and progesterone.

 

Part 1: Fertility Awareness 101 for Pregnancy Centers
 
  1. Definition of Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs)
  2. Anatomy and Physiology supporting FABMs
  3. Male and female anatomy
  4. Hormones of the female reproductive cycle
  5. Clinical correlates for the phases of the cycle--mucus and basal temperature
  6. Cervical mucus types and interpretation
  7. Different types of FABMs
  8. Mucus-only
  9. Symptothermal
  10. Symptohormonal
  11. Calendar (standard days method)
  12. Lactational (amenorrhea)
  13. Efficacy of FABMs for avoiding pregnancy
  14. Use of FABMs for women's health
  15. Diagnosis and treatment of recurrent miscarriage
  16. Infertility
  17. Irregular cycles
  18. Premenstrual syndrome
  19. Referring a client to FABMs
  20. How a client would choose a FABM from among a number of options
  21. Fertility apps and their utility
Part 2: Hormonal Contraception in Women's Health and Naprotechnology Alternatives
1. Review the different options for hormone contraceptives.
2. Review the marketed health benefits vs. the negative risks of hormone contraception.
3. Discuss the methods of Fertility Awareness Based Methods and their effectiveness.
4. Discuss Naprotechnology a new science that treats the underlying condition in women's health issues. 
5. Provide examples of how naprotechnology is used in practice. 
Part 3: FEMM: Fertility Education and Medical Management Redefining Women's Health
1. Describe the female hormones that influence the reproductive system.
2. Describe the ovulation cycle
3. Discuss how female hormones influence other areas of the body
4. Describe how to monitor hormonal changes in the body
5. Discuss how ovulation is a sign of health
6. Describe how imbalanced or insufficient hormone levels play out in the body
7. Review charts to get a sense of cycles that are normal versus abnormal
8. Discuss how understanding ones body empowers women
9. Outline how we can better approach women's healthcare
Part 4: Progesterone Safety
Outline:
I. Vital and Essential
II. Functions of Progesterone in Pregnancy
III. Non-reproductive Functions
IV. Immune Modulator
V. Normal Levels
VI. Prevention of Miscarriage
VII. Signs of Deficiency
VIII. Luteal Phase
IX. Progesterone Replacement
X. Synthetic Progesterone
XI. Benefits of Bio-identical Progesterone
XII. Safety of Progesterone
XIII. Abortion Pill Reversal Success
XIV. Research
XV. “Off-label” Prescribing

 

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