Understanding the experiences of nurses, midwives and nursing associates: How linking data can make a difference
29 February 2024
In this blog, Dr Iain Atherton, Co-Director at Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR), discusses the potential of linking the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register with the 2021 Census for England and Wales.
Census 2021 data now available inside SAIL Databank
16 February 2024
SAIL Databank is now accepting applications from accredited researchers to use Census 2021 data for England and Wales. The Census 2021 of England and Wales is the largest national survey undertaken by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The census is linkable to the wealth of other de-identified data in the SAIL Databank including the Ministry of Justice Data First: Family Court linked to Cafcass – England and Wales dataset.
How administrative data can uncover the relationship between children’s health and education
15 February 2024
In this blog, Katie Harron describes how de-identified data made available through ECHILD can be used to investigate the relationship between children’s health and education. ECHILD stands for Education and Child Health Insights from Linked Data – England. Katie is the project lead for the ADR England-funded ECHILD project.
An introduction to the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - 2011 Census linked dataset
This short course will give users a thorough introduction to the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - 2011 Census linked dataset with a focus on practical usage.
Health Data Research UK Conference 2024: The Grand Challenges in Health Data
05/03/2024 - 06/03/2024
Join Health Data Research UK and ADR UK at this free two-day hybrid event to celebrate the latest advances in health data science that are improving people’s lives.
ADR UK Data Roadshow
01/11/2023 - 30/04/2024
The ADR UK Data Roadshow offers the opportunity for you to host a webinar or workshop for your colleagues and students on social science data.
Featured resource: Getting started with administrative data
Administrative data is an invaluable resource for public good, but what is it? And what makes it different from other types of data? If you are interested to learn more, this page points to existing introductory courses (self-led and instructor-led). There are also publications to add to your reading list.
Dataset of the month: Looked After Children Longitudinal Dataset - Scotland
This dataset brings together data of care placements and the legal basis for children being in the care of local authorities across Scotland. This enables understanding of changes in the patterns of care over time and geography, and the relationship with children’s characteristics including ethnicity, disability, and religion. Information on the type of accommodation for the young person at the end of their episode of care is also provided.