K2P Trainings & Workshops

​​​​​K2P Impact Accelerator International Workshop for the RECAP Project​  

The GCRF RECAP project focuses on research and capacity strengthening to improve decision-making and accountability in response to humanitarian crises and epidemics. It is a partnership between universities in the United Kingdom, Lebanon and Sierra Leone and some of the leading humanitarian NGOs. This 3-day workshop organised and presented by K2P Center focused on promoting impactful research and supporting evidence-informed policies and practice with a focus on humanitarian settings. 

​March 2019



K2P Workshop: Effective Communication of Health Evidence for Impactful Policy Decision and Action

A regular Workshop by Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center in collaboration with Executive Master in Health Care Leadership (EMHCL). This workshop coveres the concept and application of evidence-informed policymaking. with the participation of researchers, policymakers, civil society activists and emerging leaders.

March 2019​​​


March 2017


​​Special training: From the Classroom to the Newsroom​​

From the Classroom to the Newsroom: Opinion (Op-ed) writing and effective media communication for the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) faculty members and staff. 

February 2019​​​

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​​​Capacity Building for Civil Society

Capacity Building of Civil Society Organizations in Framing Policy Problems and Developing Evidence-Based Policy Options for Non-Communicable Diseases in Lebanon.

May 2016

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​Capacity Building for Researchers

The Knowledge to policy (K2P) Center organized its first regional capacity building workshop to raise awareness about evidence-informed policy making including knowledge translation tools and build capacity about preparing evidence briefs and convening stakeholder dialogues​.

April 2014

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​​Capacity Building for Media

Given the important role that media can play in promoting evidence-informed health policies, the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center organized a one day interactive workshop on the role of media in influencing policymaking and the role of evidence in health journalism.

April 2014​

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