David Nitkin

About David Nitkin

David Nitkin, founder of EthicScan, is a full-time organizational ethicist. David’s original writing, teaching, consulting and research focuses upon ethical decision making; enhancing corporate accountability and reporting; and developing corporate ethics assurance programs, including transparency, risk management, integrity management, and safe partnering. David has provided ethics training, advice and research for over 200 clients both internationally and in Canada who collectively employ over 750,000 employees. He consults and trains widely with a variety of clients, including corporations, industry associations, public service sector organizations (integrity commissions, human rights commissions, and anti-corruption tribunals social agencies, professional ethics certification organizations, not-for-profits; and civil society organizations.

Leadership Recovery: The Future of Primary Care

Leadership Recovery: The Future of Primary Care

The Issue Primary care was our first line of defence when the coronavirus hit. Much has been learned about the ... Read More
Leadership Recovery: The Future of Hospitals

Leadership Recovery: The Future of Hospitals

Image: https://unsplash.com/@mdominguezfoto The Issue The hospital sector has undergone many changes since the coronavirus pandemic hit. There has been much ... Read More
Mandatory Vaccination: If and When, You or Me

Mandatory Vaccination: If and When, You or Me

The Issue Infectious disease scientists explain that we’ll only be done with this terrible COVID pandemic as a result of ... Read More
The Debate Over Government’s COVID Decisions Goes Public

The Debate Over Government’s COVID Decisions Goes Public

The Issue A fascinating and welcome public debate is currently taking place between two groups of professionals about what should ... Read More
Pandemic Effects On Health-Care Workers

Pandemic Effects On Health-Care Workers

The Issue Every day, health-care workers struggle to protect their patients, their communities, and themselves from the coronavirus, with many ... Read More
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