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Note: Contact the Library (not the IT Department) if you experience technical issues with any of the licensed mobile apps. If the issue is unresolvable, we can put you in contact with the vendor and their support team.

AccessMedicine App

Note: This app is currently being updated and some technical issues still need to be sorted out. This should be resolved by the end of August 2023, so it would be best to wait until then to download the app. This notice will be removed as soon as everything has been resolved and updated. 

Access the desktop version of AccessMedicine to create an account.

To download the Access - by McGraw Hill app:

  1. Go to AccessMedicine to create an account.
  2. Click on 'Saskatchewan Health Authority' (or name of former health region if applicable) in the top right hand corner. Note: if you are using a mobile device you will see a person icon instead.
  3. Select 'Sign in or Create a Free Access Profile'. If you already have a profile, skip ahead to step 6.
  4. A new window will appear. Click on 'Create a Free Access Profile'.
  5. Fill in the registration form and click 'Create Profile'.
  6. Install the app from the App Store or Play Store. Search for "Access - by McGraw Hill".  
  7. Log in with the username and password you just created.

NOTE: For continued access to the app, you must have an active Access account and sign into it at least once every 90 days. 

NOTE: A Wi-Fi connection is always required when using this app (except for viewing specific content you have already saved to your device). 

AccessMedicine is an online medical resource that provides medical education and clinical practice support through the following:

  • More than 97 medical textbooks
  • Multimedia library or audio files, videos and images
  • Diagnosaurus - a differential diagnosis tool
  • Practice guidelines
  • Self-assessment
  • 2 Minute Medicine
  • Customizable patient education
  • Integrated drug database

Access the desktop version of AccessMedicine