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Fertility Awareness Collaborative To Teach the Science (or FACTS) NFP Introduction E-Learn
FACTS is a national collaborative of physicians, nurses, and NFP educators committed to educating physicians in NFP. This e-learn, which was developed in part with the aid of USCCB's NFP Program's staff, provides an hour-long introduction to the science and methods of NFP. Each subject section is followed by an interactive quiz. CEUs and CMEs are available from the FACTS website.
Individual chapters of the e-learn (without the tests), are provided in MP4 files on YouTube. These individual chapters can easily be used for general NFP education. Since the USCCB's NFP Program collaborated on this e-learn with FACTS leadership, diocesan NFP coordinators and parish NFP educators have access to the individual chapters (but not the tests and therefore, not the CEUs and CMEs). To access the individual chapters contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently, FACTS is updating the NFP effectiveness chapter. Due to this work, they temporarily have taken the e-learn off their website. For further information contact: Marguerite Duane, MD at email@example.com.
Marquette University, NFP Institute - On Line Education Programs
The Marquette University Institute for Natural Family Planning (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) offers an online self-paced educational program for healthcare professionals that includes:
The online educational services are designed for professional (BSN level) nurses, advanced practice nurses, physicians, and physician assistants.
CMEs are available through the Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee). Contact hours for nurses are also available through the Wisconsin Nurses Association-Continuing Education Approval Program.
For more information contact: Richard J. Fehring, PhD, RN, FAAN (firstname.lastname@example.org); or Mary Schneider, MSN, FNP-BC (email@example.com); Institute for Natural Family Planning, College of Nursing, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI; Tel. 1-414-288-3854; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human ReproductionThe Pope Paul VI Institute (Omaha, Nebraska) offers a variety of educational programs for healthcare professionals in the Creighton Model FertilityCareTM system and in NaProTechnology (women's reproductive health services). These programs carry the appropriate CMEs and CEUs from the School of Medicine, Creighton University.
This six month program consists of two Education Phases (an eight-day course and a seven-day course) and supervised practicum via long distance supervision.
Note: This program is only for medical doctors, osteopaths, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse midwives, or pharmacists.
This combined program of 13 months consists of two Education Phases (an eight-day course and another eight-day course) and supervised practicum via long distance supervision. An On- Site Visit is required.
Note: Prerequisite—Bachelor degree or RN degree and certification as a FertilityCareTM Practitioner with a minimum of one year of teaching the Creighton Model FertilityCareTM System.
Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Nurse Midwife, or Pharmacist
These certificate programs include a combination of the Creighton Model FertilityCareTM Practitioner (teaching the method) and Medical Consultant Programs (working with NaProTechnology). A FertilityCareTM Practitioner who is a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, nurse midwife or pharmacist may return to Education Phase II and complete the Medical Consultant portion of the program.
For further information contact:
Education Program Coordinator
6901 Mercy Road Omaha, NE 68106
(402) 390-9851 FAX
Web Page: http://popepaulvi.com/education
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