Global NFP Survey

Below is an invitation to a NFP survey that some of you may already have received. For those who have not heard of this survey as of yet, I have been given permission to share the invitation with you! Please consider taking the time to complete the survey. It will only be available until Friday the 20th. My apologies for the late notice. Thank you for your help!

You are invited to participate in a global NFP survey of couples being led by the Institute for Natural Regulation of Conception (INER) in Austria. This organization is the ongoing legacy of Dr Joseph Roetzer, one of the early pioneers in developing the Sympto-Thermal Method of NFP.

The overall goal of the survey is to document the contribution NFP may have to overall health promotion:

  • To what extent do NFP users have a better awareness and understanding of their bodies?
  • To what extent does NFP affect the health of those who practice it?

You do not have to be a current or former user of NFP to participate.

The physicians and scientists leading this work aim to raise awareness of NFP and its effects on health. In addition to questions about NFP and related topics, there are some questions that may seem unrelated. Please know that these are international standardized questions related to temperament, alcohol consumption and nicotine consumption.

Replies are completely anonymous (the hosting service, “Q-Set” in Germany, generates a link for each participant that cannot be traced).

Participants from across Europe and North America are being invited to participate so as to gain a global perspective on NFP. You might find the English a bit awkward in some of the questions due to the translation, but the meanings should be clear.

There are separate surveys for men and women (links are below), and completing the survey should take no more than 10 minutes.

By participating in this survey you can add your voice to those of many more from around the world and become a part of this important work.

Click here for the Women’s Survey.

Click here for the Men’s Survey.

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