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A large number of initiatives contributing to global health and policy development have been implemented by groups of early career pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists around the world, according to a paper published in Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy this month. The findings come from a cross-sectional survey conducted by FIP’s Early Career Pharmaceutical Group (ECPG). “Sharing these initiatives will be useful for other ECPGs who may wish to initiate similar activities according to their needs and priorities. It also shines a light on the good work these groups are doing to contribute to global health and highlights that more needs to be done to ensure their efforts are connected into broader society and national health strategies,” the authors say.