Advancing Humanae Vitae: Best Practices and Next Steps in Catholic Health Care Delivery and Professional Education

Date & Location
Thursday, October 11, 2018 6:00 PM - Saturday, October 13, 2018 6:00 PM   SLU Campus, St. Louis, MO

Target Audience
Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioners, Nursing, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Physician Assistants, Primary Care, Registered Nurse

This continuing education will provide educational strategies to the participants regarding the existence and effectiveness of modern fertility-appreciation-based methods (FABMs) and will measurably increase their ability to access additional knowledge and resources to improve access to and the quality of FABM education and services in their clinical practice and/or institutional operations.


The overall objective is to improve access to and quality of fertility-appreciation-based patient care and services in Catholic health care institutions (and by extension, other contemporary health care delivery organizations in the United States) by educating physicians, health care professionals and administrators about the state of the art of FABM science, methods, technologies, resources, and educational strategies.
  1. Review Humanae Vitae and the Science and Methods of Fertility Awareness
  2. Reexamine Humanae Vitae and its Significance for Catholic Health Care
  3. Recognize Contemporary Fertility Awareness and Methods
  4. Analyze Modern Fertility Awareness: Latest Research, State of the Science
  5. Review Advancing Fertility Awareness-Based Methods (FABMS) and Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) in Contemporary Health Care Delivery Settings
  6. Advancing FABMS and RRM through Partnerships, Marketing, and Standards
  7. Discuss next steps in Contemporary Health Care and Professional Education


Registration Fees:

Early Registration Fees

Registration fees after July 1st, 2018

Physicians (MD and DO)



Residents & Fellows