Peet de Villiers joined the University of Waterloo’s School of Pharmacy in April 2014 as the Regional Clinical Coordinator for Kingston and Belleville and as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor.
Peet graduated from Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education in South Africa with a Bachelor of Pharmacy and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology. In 2008 he graduated from Idaho State University with a Doctor of Pharmacy.
Peet has more than five years of experience as an ambulatory care pharmacist within two large family health teams, where he created and developed clinical pharmacy services within these organizations. His areas of expertise include the pharmacotherapy of chronic, non-malignant pain and drug addiction. Peet currently works as a community pharmacist in Picton, where he and his family resides.
Peet completed training in pain management, addiction management and has attended leadership development programs. He has also served as an expert reviewer and writer for Pharmacist’s Letter and Rx Files.
Peet is passionate about patient care, continuing education and identifying and creating new and innovative ways for pharmacists to integrate with other healthcare professionals, working as part of a healthcare team that promotes quality patient care and improving clinical outcomes.