Important Announcement – Changes to the Neurosurgical Atlas

On April 11, the Neurosurgical Atlas went live with our new institutional subscription model, which will help to grow our product and dedicated community. Your academic or medical library or department can subscribe now to deliver unlimited access to its users. For those who are not affiliated with an institution, 30-day free trials and individual subscriptions are available. See more information on access in the FAQ below.

The change allows us to build upon the potential of this beloved resource – with feature enhancements, new video collections in areas such as pediatric neurosurgery, and new global voices. We are committed to keep evolving with our growing global community of over 75,000 dedicated members.

Free and open access is available for select content including the Principles of Cranial Surgery and Cranial Approaches Volumes, Principles of Cranial Surgery operative video cases, and the latest Grand Rounds/Virtual OR series.

Free access in low income countries is provided through our partnership with Research4Life. To see if you have access, visit or contact us for assistance.

Learn About Institutional Access

Free 30 Day Trial

What can you do to ensure your community has access?

By sending a note of recommendation to your librarian, you can demonstrate the Atlas’ impact and how you use it in your neurosurgical training and practice. Recommendations from members like you will help to ensure that your library staff is aware of this resource’s value in elevating, educating, and inspiring your campus or hospital community.

The responses we’ve seen so far from our members have illustrated the Atlas’ tremendous power in inspiring neurosurgeons across the globe, and the breadth of ways this resource is being used.

You can also subscribe through your department or through an individual subscription.

Will you add your voice to theirs?

Recommend to My Institution

Frequently asked questions about changes to the Neurosurgical Atlas