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As of April 1, 2020:
* NGH, and WHGH do not have access to EBSCO Databases.
MHA only has access to CPS Full Access.
Looking for resources to help you at the bedside? Check out our Point of Care Resources to support your patient care!
Welcome to the Regional Library Service website!
We offer a range of range of library services to support all hospital functions, including patient care, clinical practice, quality improvement, education, and administration. Staff at any Regional Library (WGH, LWHA, MHA*, STEGH, PRHC, NGH, WHGH, and SOAHAC) can access/request any of the following:
24/7 Access to e-resources
Using the tabs along the top of this webpage, access Books/eBooks, Articles/Journals and Databases. All resources are accessible when on your hospital network.
Not on your hospital network? Click the Off Site Access tab to register for Athens and have access to library resources from anywhere.
The Librarian will search databases and journals on your behalf or assist you in your own search. You can request a literature search by filling out this form.
Library staff can send you documents (articles, etc.) from our collection, from online libraries and databases, or from our network of lending libraries (Interlibrary Loans).
Training Sessions with a Librarian (group or individual):
No question is too small or too big! We offer training programs and also customize training in response to individual or group needs. You can also view pre-recorded library instructional videos at any time here.
This personalized service helps you stay current with literature related to your field. Select journals and receive tables of contents via email. Check out the Current Awareness page for more information.
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Have feedback about the website or library services?
Contact the librarian to see if they can help!
*Please note that as of April 1, 2020 NGH and WHGH do not have access to EBSCO databases, and MHA only has access to CPS Full Access.
Needing to cite your sources and don't know where to start? Contact the librarian for help!
You can also check out this online APA Guide from the University of Alberta.
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