As a project coordinator I organize trainings for pharmacists, I help pharmacists with questions about pharmaceutical preparations, represent de pharmacist in the pharmaceutical union, we create own projects about prevention in the pharmacy like sunprotection, stop smoking counselling,….
Variability, you can never do your plans what you made the day before. There is always something in between which makes a whole different schedule for the day.
Researcher in a laboratory, more specifically a clinical laboratory
If you want to do the same job, you have to study pharmacy, because one of the things in my job is helping in pharmaceutical preparation when needed. BUT you can also just study something like biomedical sciences, because there is a great overlap and pharmacists can also learn from others.