Elizabeth Iro, RN, the Chief Nursing Officer of the World Health Organization, presents findings from the State of the World’s Nursing 2020 Report, which provides evidence and policy options for the global nursing workforce.
- Explore innovative and collaborative research and evidence-based practice strategies that connect colleagues to improve global health outcomes
About the Author
Elizabeth Iro, RN, was appointed as Chief Nursing Officer for the World Health Organization (WHO) by Director-General Dr. Tedros in October 2017. Prior to that, she was the Cook Islands' Secretary of Health, and for 25 years before that, she was a staff nurse, midwife, and charge midwife at hospitals in the Cook Islands and New Zealand.