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(Information updated as at 6 January 2012)

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Breastfeeding Counselling / Support Resources

Breastfeeding Mothers’ Support Group (Singapore)
Counselling Hotline: 63393558
Talks’ Line: 63370508
Email: counselling@breastfeeding.org.sg
BMSG Library & Office Hours (by appointment only):
Mon & Wed : 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Fri : 9.00 am – 2.00 pm
website:
http://www.breastfeeding.org.sg

Joyful Parenting and Breastfeeding
Helpline: 64880286 (Mon-Sat, 10.00am - 5.00pm)

Hospital Lactation Consultant Services

Available by appointment at the various Restructured
and Private Hospitals
Nominal Charges apply

KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital (during office hours)
Ask-a-Nurse – 1900-5568773
Lactation Services – 62255554

National University Hospital : 97220376
Singapore General Hospital : 63214530 / 31
Mt Elizabeth Hospital : 67312180 / 82
Mt Alvernia Hospital : 63476641 / 98399477
Gleneagles Hospital : 64705852
Thomson Medical Centre : 91193502 / 62514090 / 4043
Parkway East Hospital : 63408681 / 84
Raffles Hospital : 63111516


Articles

Check out other helpful topics here, at “Dr Jack Newman’s Handouts


Articles / Publication

1. Breastfeeding and Radiological Procedures. Jack Newman. Canadian Family Physician, 2007; 53:630.

2. Administration of Contrast Medium to Breastfeeding Mothers. ACR Committee on Drugs and Contrast Media. ACR Bulleting, October 2001.

3. Code of Ethics on the Sale of Infant Foods in Singapore. Health Promotion Board, July 2007
(Select Category – Nutrition; Type - Booklet)

4. Breastfeeding and the Use of Human MilkAmerican Academy Pediatrics Policy Statement,
February 6, 2005.


5. Dr Jack Newman’s Handouts. This covers 35 practical topics on breastfeeding management issues, in English and Chinese.

6. Dr Jack Newman’s Video Clips. Very important short clips to show important aspects of correct feeding techniques.

7. Breastfeeding : Maternal and Infant Aspects. ACOG Educational Bulletin, No. 258, July 2000.
This important article from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology looks at the importance and benefits of breastfeeding from the O & G perspective. Locate the journal article; no internet link at the moment.


8. http://www.wellstart.org. This website of Wellstart International provides a Publications list with material for training in breastfeeding management.

9. 10 Guiding Principles for Complementary Feeding, from WABA Website.

10. Breastfeeding & Maternal & Infant Outcomes in Developed Countries. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has released a new evidence report on breastfeeding and health outcomes. The report found evidence that breastfeeding decreases infants' and mothers' risk of having many short-term and chronic diseases. Click here to read summary and details to access full article.

11. http://www.perinatology.com/exposures/druglist.htm is a useful website on the maternalmedication use in breastfeeding.

12. http://www.cps.ca/english/statements/ID/PIDnote_Oct2006.htm. Website on Maternal Infectious Disease and Breastfeeding.

13. Antenatal education and postnatal support strategies for improving rates of exclusive breast feeding: randomized controlled trial