Healthcare Professionals: How to Educate a Patient
Enroll Your Patient with Science Care Today:
Building Awareness on the Option of Body Donation to Science — One Patient at a Time
Each of us plays a role in shaping the future of medicine through spreading awareness on the option of body donation to science. Together, we have the ability to help save lives, advance medical research and education, and improve the quality of life for people around the world.
Free Education Packet for Healthcare Workers
Educate yourself and other healthcare professionals on the donation process and its incredible impact, with our healthcare worker educational packet.
HOPE® Program: Enroll a Patient
Learn more about this priority consideration for acceptance at the time of passing for terminally-ill patients, or anyone under hospice or palliative care.
Educate your patient about burial, cremation, and donation — plus related costs and processes.
Resources & eBooks
Get free educational materials to help support your discussions with patients and their loved ones.
Request Educational Guidance for You and/or Your Team
Request additional training and education about Science Care and body donation to science for your organization.
Science Care is always seeking feedback from healthcare professionals. We value your opinion!
Who We Work With and the Impact of Our Program
Science Care was the first donate-your-body-to-science program accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks. As the industry leader, we continue to establish standards that protect our donors, their loved ones, our clients, and our communities.
To help educate the community on the options of donation to science, Science Care partners with many kinds of organizations:
- Hospice and palliative care
- Skilled nursing care facilities
- Funeral homes
- Medical examiners
- Social service organizations
- Home health care services
- Continuing care, retirement, and assisted-living communities
- Convalescent homes, rest homes, and nursing homes
- And many others
Our goal is to link your patients with medical researchers and educators, who work to develop new disease treatments and improve surgical procedures for future generations.