For those who might not know, knowledge translation is the synthesis, exchange, and use of knowledge by policymakers and other relevant stakeholders with the…
Using infographics and videos to innovate knowledge translation processes
Clara Abou Samra is an Evidence Lead Specialist at the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the American University of Beirut (AUB). Clara holds a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) and a Bachelors of Sciences in Nursing (BSN) from AUB. She has extensive experience in the field of knowledge translation, evidence synthesis, quality improvement & accreditation, strategy development, and data visualization. Her work, activities and interests are focused on health systems strengthening, evidence-informed policy, health human resources, universal health coverage, quality improvement, child protection, children with disabilities and developmental delays, infant and maternal health and healthy aging. @clara_as
Research to Action (R2A) is a website catering for the strategic and practical needs of people trying to improve the uptake of development research, in particular those funded by DFID.
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