NFP Conference 2013

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UK:NFP

All NFP practitioners in the UK are warmly invited to attend the 2013 UK:NFP Conference.  

We are limited to 70 places, so please book your place as early as possible!

Natural Family Planning in the UK is delivered by a number of groups, working independently and providing a range of different methodologies and approaches. 

This is beneficial in that it provides users with a range of choices and options; but it also makes it more difficult for practitioners to communicate the options, and to inform the public, medical staff and opionion formers about the benefits of Natural Family Planning.

Our first UK NFP conference was held last year, bringing together representatives of many of these organisations.    Those attending agreed that it would be useful to meet again, and our second conference will take place on 12 October 2013.  

The conference is aimed at people actively involved in the field: teachers, researchers, promoters and those with a professional interest.

The 2012 Conference

The 2012 conference included presentations on the history of NFP, on the current activties of many of the groups attending, and on the use of NaPro Technology to aid those having difficulty conceiving.  

Moving Forward

Plans for continuing the discussion between groups were made; part of this planning involves the second conference, with an intention to make it an annual event if possible.  

In addition, there is a general agreement that communication between groups needs to be improved, and tools such as a website containing a discussion forum and shared resources will be developed in time.  

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