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EAT-Brazil.

Brazilian medical students and physicians improving tobacco control

EAT-Brazil was founded in 2016 and it is currently implemented in 30 Brazilian medical schools. In 2017, EAT-Brazil was awarded the Laureate Brazil Prize for Social Entrepreneurship. One randomized controlled study published in 2019 proved that EAT-Brazil is highly effective both in preventing smoking onset and in promoting smoking cessation. Read more about this scientific study and the history of EAT-Brazil by clicking here.

Any Brazilian medical student who is interested in founding a local group should contact Daiana Godoy (UFLA Medical School, daiananep@gmail.com) as she will be able to provide pre-tested translated materials and specific orientations (involving calls and required mentorship) on how to successfully implement EAT locally.

List of EAT-Brazil affiliated medical schools:
Click on each for detailed information

1. UFOP
2. UFLA
3. UFTM
4. UFJF – JF
5. FMIt
6. UFSJ-CCO 
7. UFSJ-Dom Bosco
8. UFSC-ARARANGUÁ
9. UFPR – Curitiba
10. IMEPAC
11. UNIFAL
12. UNIRIO
13. UFES
14. UNINOVE – GUARULHOS
15. FAMINAS -BH
16. UFPel
17. UFC – Fortaleza 
18. UFRJ – Macaé
19. UFRJ- Fundão
20. UFJ 
21. UniAtenas – Paracatu
22. UCB
23. UEG
24. UFU
25. UNOESTE- Presidente Prudente
26. FASEH
27. UniCerrado
28. FAMEMA
29. UNIFESO
30. UNICEPLAC
31. UniBH (inactive)
32. UIT (inactive)
33. UFAC (inactive)
34. UFPA (inactive)
35. FADIP (inactive)

EAT-Brazil Coordination Team:

Breno Bernardes de Souza (UFOP, MD) – General Coordinator

Daiana Carolina Godoy (UFLA, medical student) – National Expansion Coordinator

Caio Alves de Lima (UFTM, medical student) – General Administrative Assistant

Oscar Campos Lisboa (UFOP, MD) – General Finance Assistant

Rayanna Mara de Oliveira Santos Pereira (UFOP, MD) – Expansion Coordinator for other Portuguese-speaking countries

Paulo César Rodrigues Pinto Corrêa (UFOP, MD, MPH, Pulmonologist) – Supportive Faculty

Contact:

E-mail: eat.brazil@gmail.com

To stay up to date with our activities take a look at our EAT-Brazil Facebook-page.

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