PrimeRx Web App

The PrimeRx web app is a database used to manage your co-curricular activities or generate a PrimeRx Report:

August 29, 2019: Note- the PrimeRx database is online, however final testing of features is still underway. PharmD students- do not add any activities until after the colloquium on September 23rd.

PrimeRx Database

The Co-curricular Catalog

The catalog contains a list of Pre-approved activities for the PrimeRx Co-Curriculum.  Students should also consider the following events and activities that are not pre-approved in the catalog for the PrimeRx Co-Curriculum.

Students are encouraged to consider the following or similar activities through the PrimeRx web app for approval by the Co-Curriculum Committee.

  • Special Topics or ARCO projects
  • Professional lecture series hosted by PLS, Rho Chi, SIO, SSHP, and other organizations
  • Hosting an affiliate meeting for various organizations
  • Activities and projects completed during summer internships that fit the co-curricular focus areas/skills
  • Patient care projects completed through various organizations that relate to the co-curricular focus areas/skills

Login to the PrimeRx web app

Login to the PrimeRx web app is by your Pitt username and password. To create a report, simply choose the semester. The report will show counts for all co-curricular activities you have added to your dashboard, or you have authenticated via a QR code.

Note: your Pitt username, is the part BEFORE @pitt.edu. It is generally three letters and a number (Example zqz49)

QR Codes

The PrimeRx web app uses QR codes to authenticate PrimeRx sponsored event participation and may e used for some didactic activities. All modern smart phones can read a QR code. Do not use the SnapChar QR reader however. The SnapChar reader uses Firefox and that is an unsupported browser.

Supported Browsers

All student activity with the PrimeRx database is via a web interface. You must use a web browser to access the web app. The web app is supported for the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer 11* or newer
  • Microsoft Edge 38 or newer
  • Safari 10 or newer
  • Chrome 55 or newer

Firefox is not supported at this time.

* If you have IE11 and you are still told the browser is too old, it is because the browser is set to use “compatibility mode.” Here are some instructions for disabling compatibility mode, and you will find other instructions with a simple web search, if these instructions are not clear enough.