12th Annual Marquette Method of NFP Research Summit
We are excited to host our 2024 Research Summit in Orlando, Florida!
Join us to get inspired, meet likeminded professionals in the field of NFP, and stay current on the latest research available.
September 2-3, 2024
8:00AM – 9:00PM
San Pedro Spiritual Development Center
95 Bishop Grady Lane, Winter Park, USA
Our conference will be held in the St. John the Apostle room at the retreat center.
Meals and snacks are included with your conference ticket.
Daily Mass will be celebrated in the chapel on campus.
On Wednesday Sept 4th, the Catholic Medical Association (CMA) will be hosting the International NFP scientist meeting at the site of the 2024 CMA conference.
Tickets will be availalbe via the CMA conference website.
Hotel-style rooms at the retreat center are available.
Check in on September 1st at 4:00PM and checkout on September 4 at 11:00AM.
Additional women’s bunk room available.
If only 1 or 2 nights are needed for an attendee, please email the president for a custom ticket.
Discounts & Sponsorships
A 10% discount code is available to post-secondary students.
Email student identification to our president for a coupon code to be used at check out.
May not be combined with any other coupon code.
Sponsorships by eligible organizations are welcome to help provide more opportunities at this conference.
Please submit the sponsorship form and complete payment through the ticketing options.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
MD, MMCP, PhD Student
Using the Mira Monitor in the Marquette Method: Protocol Updates
The Latency Phase of the Cycle Deserves More Attention
PhD, FAAN, RN, MMCP
The Origin and Importance of the Term Natural Family Planning
The Real Life Challenges of Practicing NFP
The Impact of NFP on Marital Dynamics
“Signs of Hope” Diocesan NFP Ministry in the United States
PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, MMCP
- Exploring the History, Effectiveness and Ease of Use of the Marquette Method Postpartum Breastfeeding Protocols
- Updates from the Mira Postpartum Study
Menstrual Cycle Patterns in Women With and Without Polycystic Ovary Syndrome using a Urine Hormone Fertility Monitor