“Why I became a nurse?”, Elizabeth Iro, WHO Chief Nursing Officer

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled ““Why I became a nurse?”, Elizabeth Iro, WHO Chief Nursing Officer” – below is their description.

To mark International Nurses Day on May 12, Elizabeth Iro, WHO Chief Nursing Officer, takes us through her journey on becoming a nurse and what it means to be a nurse.

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