The importance of embedding evidence-based practice as part curricula and practice is now well recognised in health disciplines. However, despite this recognition there continues to be ongoing challenges. Nowhere are these challenges more evident than in developing countries where a tsunami of challenges confronts health care stakeholders. This commentary sheds some light on opportunities and challenges for evidence-based practice education in developing counties.

Author Bio(s)

  • Ramprasad, PhD, Post Doctoral Fellow (DST-CSI-Cognitive Science) is Assistant professor at Department of Allied Health Sciences, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, U.A.E.
  • Tatjana M Ille, M.D. MSc, PhD is Professor and Head of General Education Department at Gulf Medical University.
  • Saravana Kumar, PhD is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia. He is also a research leader at the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence.


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