Save Lives in less than a minute: Register Now

What is SHARE?

  • Improve future healthcare in Scotland
  • Research can lead to better treatments and cures for you and your family
  • Just sharing your details is enough to help
  • Option to participate in health trials if you want
  • It's easy to sign up or opt out

SHARE is a new NHS Research Scotland initiative created to establish a register of people interested in participating in health research and who agree to allow SHARE to use the coded data in their various NHS computer records to check whether they might be suitable for health research studies. This access can be incredibly useful when it comes to developing new treatments and cures for a wide variety of health conditions.

When you join, you might be invited to take part in a health research study in the future but it would be up to you at the time to decide if you wanted to participate.

It only takes a minute to join the SHARE register, but together we can make a real difference to Scotland's future health.

What's New?


    The support for SHARE continues to grow as we get closer to hitting the 85,000 registrations milestone. Today the following article appeared on the Scottish Government's intranet, inviting everyone to… Read More

  • SHARE continues to expand…

    SHARE was officially launched in Glasgow on the 27th August 2015 by Robert Calderwood, Chief Executive of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board and Professor Anna Dominiczak, Head of the College … Read More

  • SHARE reaches 70,000!…

    There are now over 70,000 people registered for SHARE.… Read More

  • SHARE attends NHS annual confe…

    SHARE attended the NHS confederation annual conference and exhibition held in Glasgow on the 24th June 2015.… Read More

  • SHARE - The Scottish Health Re…

    SHARE had a stand at the May Festival held at the University of Aberdeen between the 29th and 31st May 2015.… Read More

What's happening in my region?

Select a region

Find out whats happening in your region
Click a region on the map to find out more.