Year: 2014 Source: Translational Behavioral Medicine.(2013).3(2):149-161. DOI: 10.1007/s13142-012-0175-y SIEC No: 20140239

As research and evaluation continue to identify strategies that have the potential to reduce or ultimately prevent suicidal behavior, the need for translating these findings into practice grows. The development of actionable knowledge is an emerging process for translating important research and evaluation findings into action to benefit practice settings. This paper describes the actionable knowledge framework (adapted from the knowledge transfer literature), the three products that resulted, and recommendations for further research into this emerging method for translating research and evaluation findings and bridging the knowledgeÐaction gap.