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What We Do

We support Health Authority staff, physicians and students by providing:

  • Access to evidence-based resources
  • Document delivery and interlibrary loan
  • Evidence search service
  • Individual and group education and training
  • Citing and referencing help
  • Technology assistance
  • Individual and collaborative work areas
  • Quiet study space


Staying on top of the latest research and publications can be an overwhelming task. We can help you effectively and efficiently stay current in your field.
Available in desktop and mobile app versions. ‚ÄčBrowZine is a tool for staying current with journals important to your area. With BrowZine, you can:
  • Read articles in a format that is optimized for tablets
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite titles
  • Receive alerts when new issues are available
  • Bookmark articles for reading later
  • Upload citations to EndNote

Subject Alerts

Subject alerts allow you to receive email notification of new articles on your topic of choice as they are added to medical databases. Librarians will work with you to ensure you are getting the most relevant information.
Table of Contents Alerts
Table of contents alerts are a convenient way to stay current with newly published literature. Choose which journals you would like to receive alerts for. When a new issue is published, you will receive an email with the list of articles in that issue. Table of contents are still available even if we do not subscribe to your desired journal.

Print books and journals may be borrowed from any of our locations.

Borrowing FAQ:

  • Materials are loaned for 3 weeks unless otherwise indicated
  • You can renew up to 3 times unless the item has a hold on it for another user
  • All loans subject to recall
  • Items may be returned to any of our locations
  • We don't charge overdue fines but after 2 overdue notices, you will be invoiced for items not returned

Search the library catalogue

Whether you are too busy, want to use the librarians' skills and expertise, or are simply checking that you haven’t missed anything, we can help! 

We will conduct a thorough search of the literature on your topic and provide you with a list of relevant abstracts.

We can also advise you on:

  • Selecting or using specific databases
  • Developing an effective strategy
  • Managing search results

Request an evidence search

We are able to obtain any articles or books you need that are not in our collection. To request this service, email us or simply fill out our ASK US form.

Articles are delivered by email or in print usually within 1 – 3 days.

The loan period for books from other libraries is based on the lending policy of the delivering institution. Replacement costs for lost or damaged items are the responsibility of the borrower.

Request an article or book

We offer courses on a number of topics to help make your job easier. Classes may be one-on-one or in small group sessions, and are offered by webinar for those outside of Regina, Saskatoon or Prince Albert.

Examples of classes include:

  • Searching the medical literature
  • Finding drug information
  • Introduction to evidence-based practice
  • Finding and using images and videos
  • Keeping current
  • Organizing and citing references

Request a training session

We offer the following help at any stage of your writing process:

  • Conducting an evidence search
  • Critically appraising articles
  • Complying with copyright
  • Organizing documents
  • Citing sources
  • Creating a bibliography