Welcome to our subscriptions information page!

Here you can inform yourself about all of the benefits and services which are available for subscribers of our journals.

As a subscriber to one or more of the Schattauer journals, you will have online access to the full-text version of all current articles. Private subscribers will receive free online access via a User ID and a password. Institutional subscribers can freely search through and read the online articles without logging in as access is granted via IP address authentication.

During your subscription period, you will also have full access to the online archives. Subscribers to our CME journals can also participate for free in the CME continuing education opportunities.

Subscribers to our English language journals also have the advantage to read manuscripts before publication online within PrePrint Online. In addition, you will also receive an E-mail with the electronic Table of Contents (eTOC), informing you about the current content for each issue before it is even delivered.

There are four different types of subscriptions available. Private subscriptions are available for readers interested in enhancement of their personal knowledge.

Alternatively, “trial subscriptions” are available for those that would first like to test our journal before committing to a longer-term subscription. With this option, you would receive one print issue and 10 online article downloads all for a small fee.

For institutional clients, we offer the possibility of either a multi-institutional license or a global license or an institutional subscription.

If you have any questions regarding the available subscription options, or regarding your own subscription, please do not hesitate to contact Opens window for sending emailMs. Lackner.

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