14/11/2023 - 16/11/2023

The ADR UK Conference 2023 will be hosted at The Eastside Rooms in Birmingham. This purpose-built conference centre is situated at Birmingham’s bustling city centre, with easy access for delegates to attend the conference.

We are pleased to offer a rich and varied programme based on the conference theme.

Public Data for Resilience and Inclusion. Using administrative data to inform policy and practice in challenging times

This conference is looking to facilitate meaningful discussions on some hot topics affecting UK households, and address some of the key issues we face in our changing world. These include topics in health, justice, education, our environment and climate change. Researchers already have access to a wealth of linked data and as we continue with developments in data linkage systems, we need to consider the ethical, legal and social aspects of population data science including how we embed public engagement and maintain public trust.​

Tickets to attend the ADR UK Conference 2023 are now sold out. Please email ADRUK.2023@ons.gov.uk to join our waiting list. 

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Conference subthemes

  • Research to support renewal, recovery and resilience
  • Data linkage, methods, systems and technology: methodological developments
  • Ethics, law and social implications
  • Public engagement and involvement in population data research

Keynote speakers

Each keynote speaker will present on one of our conference sub-themes, discussing the leading developments and emerging issues in their areas of expertise:

  • Professor Rohini Mathur, Professor of Epidemiology and Programme Director in Health Data Science at Queen Mary University of London will speak on the theme: Research to support renewal, recovery and resilience. 
  • Ed Humpherson, Director General for Regulation at the Office for Statistics Regulation with speak on the theme: Public engagement and involvement in population data research.  
  • Dr Marion OswaldAssociate Professor in Law at Northumbria University will speak on the theme: Ethics, law and social implications.
  • Professor Peter Mackie, Director of Impact and Engagement for the School of Geography and Planning at Cardff University will speak on the theme: Data linkage, methods, systems and technology: methodological developments. 

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14 November 2023: Registered pre-conference workshops ticket holders only. If you do not have a place on a pre-conference workshop you should not attend on this date. 

15 & 16 November 2023: Registered conference ticket holders only 

Where: The Eastside Rooms, Birmingham


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