14/11/2023 - 16/11/2023
Categories: Events, Policy, Practice, Office for National Statistics, ADR UK Partnership
Following the success of last year's International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) conference in Edinburgh, hosted by ADR Scotland - and the 2019 International Conference on Administrative Data Research hosted by ADR Wales - we are delighted that this year we will be working alongside the Office for National Statisitics (ONS).
We look forward the discussing and sharing ideas on our 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.
Call for abstracts now open
We have now opened our call for abstracts with a submission deadline of Monday 17 April 2023. Please submit your abstract as soon as possible to have the opportunity to join us in Birmingham and present your work. Abstracts will be accepted on a first come first served basis and we may close submissions early if the limit is reached.
Abstracts should fit the conference theme, one of the subthemes, and one of the bullet points within your chosen subtheme.
Tickets to attend will be available in the summer. We encourage anyone in the field including researchers, data scientists and civil service analysts to participate in this conference.
- 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
- Poster presentations
- Bursary awards available
- Pre-conference workshops
- Ample networking opportunities built in
- Keynote speeches from leaders in the field
- Parallel sessions on a diverse range of topics
Head to our dedicated website to find out more, and sign up to our events mailing list so you don't miss any updates.
Date: 14-16 November
Where: Birmingham, venue to be confirmed
Cost: This will be a ticketed event
Registration: Will open in the summer