George R Smith

Learn More
In the 30 years since the Belmont Report, the role of the community in research has evolved and has taken on greater moral significance. Today, more and more translational research is being performed with the active engagement of individuals and communities rather than merely upon them. This engagement requires a critical examination of the range of risks(More)
The philosophical underpinning of Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) entails a collaborative partnership between academic researchers and the community. The Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) model is the partnership model most widely discussed in the CEnR literature and is the primary model we draw upon in this discussion of the collaboration(More)
The ethical conduct of Community-Engaged Research (CEnR), of which the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) model is the partnership model most widely discussed in the CEnR literature and is the primary model we draw upon in this discussion, requires an integrated and comprehensive human subjects protection (HSP) program that addresses the(More)
IN THE 30 YEARS SINCE THE BELMONT Report, the role of the community in research has evolved and has taken on greater moral significance. Today, more and more translational research is being performed with the 1 This project has been funded in whole with Federal funds from She provided intellectual guidance for the entire project, developing agenda for the(More)
  • 1