Support and Restore Women’s Reproductive Health

The FEMM medical management course is available to medical providers. This course equips medical providers with the tools they need to diagnose and treat underlying symptoms and conditions, with the aim of restoring health where possible.

Medical professionals receive 21 CME credits, science and evidence-based textbooks and protocols, and ongoing network support for integration of the FEMM protocols approach into their home clinical settings.

Following the course:

Improve diagnosis and treatment for women’s reproductive health

FEMM medical courses collaborate with the Reproductive Health Research Institute (RHRI), in the provision of medical training, research, and protocols.

The three-day course covers:
Physiology and pathophysiology of ovarian function
Overview of RHRI diagnostic and treatment protocols
Patient case study reviews and discussions
To maintain RHRI Fellow status

Healthcare providers are required to participate in a Medical Management courses at least every two years.

Providers are welcome to return each year. Stay informed about our research, FEMM Medical Management (MM) training, and more. To maintain your RHRI fellow status, providers are required to take both the MM Intro and the MM Masterclass every second year, at a rate of $750 per course.

Cost:  $1,500 USD


Medical Management » Intro (On-demand)

$750 / $250

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“FEMM is an opportunity for women to become more conscious and responsible with decisions they make about their body. Nowadays, there are a lot of issues in the area of reproductive health in which we have to make decisions without enough information. FEMM is a response to this challenge.”

– Anna Vizer, MD, Endocrinologist, BIK Hospital, Budapest, Hungary

“Through our patients' FEMM charts, we are able to have an objective evaluation of their signs and symptoms, resulting in more effective consultations.”

- Nicholas Kongoasa, MD, ObGyn, FACOG, Gynecologist and Reproductive Surgeon, Atlanta, Georgia

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