Answered By: Gina Brander
Last Updated: Sep 06, 2023     Views: 480

Remote access allows you to access SHA Library resources without being connected to a Saskatchewan Health Authority network. That means you can access resources while off site (e.g., from your home office or another facility) and from your personal devices (e.g., your smart phone, tablet, etc.).

The SHA Library provides remote access to electronic resources for all SHA physicians and employees. Get access by completing the Remote Access Registration Form. You will be emailed an SHA library card number, which you will be prompted to enter when accessing a resource remotely or from a personal device. Check out our tutorial on How to Register for Remote Access for a step-by-step guide. 

Your library card number can also be used to access SHA Library journals in BrowZine and Libkey Nomad Browser extension.