Academia Brasileira de Médicos Escritores

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The Academia Brasileira de Médicos Escritores (Brazilian Academy of Medical Writers), founded in November 26, 1987 [1] and officially installed on May 26, 1989, the city of Rio de Janeiro is an academy of letters that meets medical writers in Brazil.

It is the first academy in Brazil that uniquely brings together medical writers, and also unique in the world with this feature.

It is affiliated to the Association of Brazilian Academies of Arts (Associação das Academias de Letras do Brasil).

History[edit]

The creation of an academy of medical writers was designed by the physician Matheus Vasconcelos, launching the idea at the regional Rio de Janeiro of Brazilian Society of Medical Writers.

Since then, a group formed by Matheus Vasconcelos himself [2] and more Marco Aurelio Caldas Barbosa, Miguel Callile Junior,[3] Tito de Abreu Fialho, Maria José Werneck, Luiz de Araujo Gondim Lins, Perilo Galvão Peixoto and Syllos Sant'anna Reis went to meet as the organizing committee of the academy then gestated.

Matheus Vasconcelos and Miguel Callile Junior died before installation of the academy, becoming the patrons of their seat.

Patrons and members[edit]

The Abrames is composed of fifty seats, with the principle of tenure changed, creating the membership emeritus, occurs when the vacancy of the seat without its owner, still alive, miss the academic condition.

Bibliographic reference[edit]

  • BEGLIOMINI, HELIO. Imortais da Abrames. Rio de Janeiro:Expressão e Arte Editora, 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ In two articles of organization, 1987 and 1996 it is recorded that the Academy was founded on November 26, 1987, but record the official founding date is November 17, day and month of birth of his patron Manuel Antonio de Almeida.
  2. ^ Died before installation of the Academy, having used his name as patron of their chair that would form part.
  3. ^ Died before installation of the Academy, having used his name as patron of their chair that would form part.

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