Find out more about our Academic Medical Centre and efforts in Academic Medicine
Find out more about what JOAM do to support AM initiatives
Academic Medicine Executive Committee (AM EXCO)
Our appointed ACP leaders within the respective 15 ACPs
Guidelines, forms, and templates for Academic Medicine.
Up till six months of age, breast milk alone is sufficient for your child’s nutritional needs. After six months, breast milk should be complemented with other age-appropriate foods to meet your child’s growing nutritional needs.
The first stage of weaning is important in cultivating good eating habits. This includes teaching your child how to eat from a spoon, swallowing and chewing! Parents often worry on when and how to introduce new food to the baby's diet in order to let the baby explore new taste and textures.
Come join us for an informative and practical session with our dietitian and speech therapist as they share with you the essential information on baby's feeding progression, nutrition and weaning. Our speakers will also demonstrate ways to prepare your baby’s food.
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