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SHARE, the Scottish Health Research Register & Biobank:

- A Register of Volunteers (11 years +) willing to help with NHS Research Projects

- A Valuable Resource for Researchers who need to Recruit Participants to Projects

  It takes less than a minute to join

 

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People Registered So Far

282,848+

What is SHARE?

SHARE is an NHS Research Scotland initiative. It has been created to establish a register of people, aged 11 and over, interested in participating in health research.

Participants 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 can be incredibly useful when it comes to developing new treatments and cures for a wide variety of health conditions. 

It takes less than a minute to join. Here is a Glossary of Terms you may find useful.

Take part in research studies from home or in your local hospital.

Why should I SHARE?

Previously only a healthcare professional, for example a doctor or nurse, could invite you to take part in research. Now you can register your interest directly.

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Health Information for Researchers

If you are a researcher interested in accessing the SHARE register for your research project, you can find out more here.

Our Data SHARE Biobank Application Process

Featured Clinical Studies

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Diabetes Research | Tayside
CardiaTeam
The aim of the research study is to investigate how Type 2 (T2) Diabetes may contribute to the development of Cardiomyopathy.
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Gout | Lothian
GoutSMART – Microbiome case control study
The study is researching the role of gut bacteria in causing Gout.
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General | Scotland
NHS Research Scotland Confidence in Research Survey
The aim of this survey is to find out what the public’s view is on whether the COVID-19 vaccine programme...
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Parkinson's | Scotland
Study being promoted by SHARE
Understanding Barriers to Medication Adherence in Parkinson’s Disease - why do some people struggle with...
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Latest News
Participant Stories | 12th July 2021
SHARE Help Important Study Investigating Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (HMB)

SHARE Participants help study investigating the management of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB).

It only takes a minute to join. Together we can make a difference to Scotland's future health.

It only takes a minute to join. Together we can make a difference to Scotland's future health.