- SHARE Application Forms
SHARE Seeking a Lay Member for strategic group
We are seeking a forward-thinking individual to join our strategic group as a lay member, preferably someone who has had experience of receiving health care. The group meet twice a year...
SHARE Autumn Symposium Wed 28th Sept 1 - 3pm
SHARE Symposium: Tomorrow’s Medical World, Wednesday 28th September 2022, 1 - 3pm Following the success of SHARE’s inaugural symposium in January 2022, we are proud to present the second...
NRS Cardiovascular Patient Day - an event for patients living with heart disease
An event for patients living with heart disease in Scotland to get involved in research.
SHARE Recovery Costs for Researchers
You can complete a Feasibility Application Form to request a free search to identify if we have the number of volunteers, samples or data you need for your study, before submitting a Full Application...
Information for Young People
We have put together some questions and answers that will help you understand what health research is and how you can help. What is SHARE and how does it work? SHARE - The Scottish Health Research Register...
Young-onset diabetes in Asian Indians is associated with lower measured and genetically determined beta cell function
Asian Indians form the largest sub-group of South Asians. By the year 2045 an estimated 151 million South Asians will have diabetes. Migrant South Asians have an increased risk of early onset type 2 diabetes...
What do researchers think of and want from the Scottish Health Research Register (SHARE): a qualitative study
Do you carry out health research in human participants in Scotland and would you consider using a recruitment service to recruit study participants? If the answer is yes, we would like to hear your views!
Help develop an App to support people with hay fever and asthma
A researcher from the University of Edinburgh invites you to help develop and assess a mobile app that aims to increase the uptake of hay fever medication (nasal corticosteroids) amongst people with hay...