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Peter Thnoia

Prescribing Pharmacist and Chief Product and Innovation Officer

Years of experience

  • Medication
  • Prescriptions
  • Healthcare
  • Product innovation





University of Portsmouth
Bachelor of Pharmacy
University of Reading
Prescribing course for Pharmacists

About me

Peter is a seasoned Prescribing Pharmacist and the Chief Product and Innovation Officer at PillTime. With over 25 years of experience as a registered pharmacist, Peter has dedicated his career to integrating new technologies that enhance patient safety and optimise medication management. His extensive expertise lies in bridging the gap between innovative healthcare solutions and practical patient care, particularly within the NHS framework.

Peter is not only a pioneer in pharmaceutical advancements but also a passionate patient advocate. He possesses a profound understanding of the challenges patients face, from initial diagnosis to long-term medication management. His commitment to improving patient outcomes is evident through his efforts to leverage technology to support both clinicians and patients. Peter believes that informed patients and empowered healthcare providers are essential for effective healthcare delivery.

Throughout his career, Peter has been instrumental in developing and implementing technological solutions that facilitate better communication, adherence, and overall management of medication regimens. His work continues to make a significant impact on the healthcare industry, ensuring that patients receive the best possible care in an ever-evolving medical landscape.


Spotlight on Carers report

Our "Spotlight on Carers" report looks at the issues that millions of unpaid carers face, including those who feel trapped caring for elderly parents in the UK. One in two adults feel that they will have no choice but to care for their elderly parents when they become too frail, and many raised concerns about access to care options in their area.

The report explores attitudes towards caring for elderly parents and the barriers that adults in the sandwich generation face to accessing care support for their frail relatives.

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