Have you been inspired by the Creighton Model System? Would you like to more people to have access to this truly remarkable women’s health program? Well you can – become a FertilityCare Practitioner!
The FertilityCare Practitioner training program is a 13-month internship including two education phases, two supervised practica, an on-site visit and a final examination. The FertilityCare Medical Consultant program is a six-month program, which involves two education phases and one supervised practicum and a final examination. All programs provide comprehensive, professional education that meets the demands of an emerging Allied Health Profession. These programs are accredited by the American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals.
Education Phase I – An eight-day total immersion course with two examinations.
Supervised Practicum I – A six-month, faculty-supervised experience completed at the student’s own location. During this time the Practitioner/Medical Consultant takes on clients/patients and begins to practice the Creighton Model System. This also includes assignments.
Education Phase II – A six-day total immersion course consisting of lectures, group discussions and hands on problem solving. For the Medical Consultant this consists of research topics, medical evaluation and management of actual cases and surgical principles.
Supervised Practicum II – A seven-month, faculty-supervised experience completed at the student’s own location. During this time the Practitioner takes on clients and continues to practice the Creighton Model System. This also includes assignments.
On-Site Visit – A faculty member observes and assesses the FertilityCare Practioner in their work environment.
Examination – A six-hour examination incorporating everything the FertilityCare Practitioner has learnt throughout the internship.
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