Health Advance Institute
Company Ethics

Ethics are norms for conduct that distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour. It is the study of right and wrong in human endeavours. Ethics are derived from the universal principles of respect for human beings, beneficence and distributive justice. Beneficence gives rise to norms requiring that the risks of any activity be reasonable in the light of the expected benefits, that the project design is sound, and that the investigators are competent both to implement the project and to safeguard the welfare of participants. The principle of justice demands that the advantages and success achieved from the project is available to all, including those who did not participate.

In all the projects that we implement, the HAI prioritises the ethics, both personal and intellectual. Personal ethics aim to maintain the integrity of the participants involved in the project, either directly or otherwise. Intellectual ethical consideration involves maintaining the intellectual integrity of the project being implemented, and executing and producing scientifically sound project deliverables.

Clients & Projects

HAI clients include the national department of health, ho .... Read more

Our Company

The Health Advance Institute (HAI) was established in Pretoria, South Africa, in 2001. .... Read more

Return on Investment

HAI promotes and recognises the importance of Return on Investment (ROI) in the service .... Read more

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) aims to ameliorate social deficiencies in society ... Read more

Quality Assurance


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Project Sustainability

The HAI understands what healthcare professionals at all levels are trying to achieve a ... Read more

HAI’s Modern Approach

Current social, political and economic conditions have forever changed the roles and re ... Read more