November 19, 2020, New York, New York – FEMM is excited to announce the release of several new CME and CNE courses for 2021. Among them is a new, online, on-demand FEMM Medical Management Introductory course, which is available starting January 2021. This new course is a prerequisite for the other medical courses offered in 2021, including a three-day Clinical Masterclass and our Special Topics Intensive Course: PCOS.
“We’re excited to expand our course offerings this year,” said FEMM CEO Anna Halpine, “and providing online, on-demand options better meets the needs of our international providers who continue to serve women in these challenging times,” she said.
FEMM is committed to providing support to women in a way that empowers them to take charge of their health. In the same way, the flexibility of these online course offerings and the launch of our first-ever on-demand course opens new avenues for medical providers interested in the FEMM protocols and in accessing these CME and CNE accredited courses.
These new courses are all online, and a recording of each class will be available for six months following the end of the course. “We are glad and honored,” said Anna Halpine, “to be partners with our international providers in expanding reproductive health care choices for women.”
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