Support and Restore Women’s Reproductive Health

FEMM offers medical management courses to medical providers. These courses equip medical providers with the tools they need to diagnose and treat underlying symptoms and conditions, with the aim of restoring health and ensuring hormonal balance. 

To become a FEMM Certified Medical Provider and to maintain that certification, the first step is to complete a Medical Management Intro Course, which is an on demand self-paced course worth 20 CME credits that focuses on the physiology and complexity of reproductive hormones and how they impact overall health. This course also introduces the provider to the FEMM Medical Management protocols. 

After completion of the Medical Management Intro course, the second step is for providers  to partake in the annual Medical Management Masterclass (worth 18 CME credits). In the Masterclass, providers receive in-depth training on how to use and implement the FEMM Medical Management protocols. Participants of the Masterclass will recieve science and evidence-based textbooks, diagnostic and treatment protocols for reproductive disorders, and ongoing network support for integration of the FEMM protocols and their approach into their own practice. 

After completion of the Masterclass, providers are eligible to participate in other Medical Management intensive courses that delve into themes such as PCOS, Ovarian Aging, and others. 

To maintain status as a FEMM Certified Medical Provider, you must take both the Medical Management Intro course again and attend the Medical Management Masterclass again at least  once every two years. If you have received certification within the last two years and are renewing your certification, you receive the Medical Management Intro for free (and are encouraged to review as needed) with purchase of the Medical Management Masterclass. |

FEMM Certified Medical Providers are encouraged to take the Masterclass every year, and required to take it at least once every two years

It is required to maintain FEMM certification status and ongoing support, providers are required to participate in a Medical Management course at least once every two years.

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 course at least once every two years.

FEMM Certified Medical Providers are encouraged 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  at least once every two years, at a rate of $750 per course. If you are renewing your certification as a FEMM Certified Medical Provider, you are eligible to recieve the MM Intro for free with purchase of the MM Masterclass at the rate of $750.  

Total Cost:  $1,500 USD


Advanced Medical Management » Hormones and Mental Health (Online)

October 25-26, 2024 (Fri-Sat)
10:00 am - 6:00 pm ET

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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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