Articles on EBHC in Africa for further reading

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Ahmad T, Chinoy MA, Tayyab M. Using levels of evidence to compare clinical impact from research. Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine. 2014. Abstract
Akunja E, Kaseje DC, Obago I, Ochieng BM. Involvement of Hub Nurses in HIV Policy Development: Case Study of Nyanza Province, Kenya. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 2012;2:124-34. Abstract
Assadi R, Zarghi N, Shamloo AS, Nikooiyan Y. Evidence-based abstracts: what research summaries should contain to support evidence-based medicine. Int J Evid Based Healthc. 2012;10(2):154-8. Abstract
Asuquo EF, Etowa J, John M, Ndiok A, Sampson-Akpan P, Edet O. Assessing Nurses' Capacity for Health Research and Policy Engagement in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Medical Sciences. 2013;2(4):35-51. Abstract
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Barghouti FF, Yassein NA, Jaber RM, Khader NJ, Shokhaibi SA, Almohtaseb A, et al. Short Course in Evidence-Based Medicine Improves Knowledge and Skills of Undergraduate Medical Students: A Before-and-After Study. Teach Learn Med. 2013;25(3):191-4. Abstract
Birbeck GL, Wiysonge CS, Mills EJ, Frenk JJ, Zhou X-, Jha P. Global health: the importance of evidence-based medicine. BMC Med. 2013;11:226. Abstract
Boer K. Barriers to evidence-based practice in doctors and nurses in Rwanda and Uganda. In: 6th EDCTP Forum: Strengthening Research Partnerships for Better Health and Sustainable Development. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Tropical Medicine and International Health Volume 17, Issue Supplement s1, pp 69; 2012. Abstract
Bosch-Capblanch X, Lavis JN, Lewin S, Atun R, Røttingen J-, Dröschel D, et al. Guidance for evidence-informed policies about health systems: rationale for and challenges of guidance development. PLoS Med. 2012;9(3):e1001185. Abstract