ADR UK is delighted to be sponsoring the 22nd instalment of the Institute for Government's Data Bites series, which explores the theme of 'getting things done with data in government'.
Data Bites is a series of events exploring the ways in which government can make better use of data, presented in a quickfire format. Each speaker is given eight minutes to talk, followed by another eight minutes to answer questions from the audience.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Ruth Gilbert, Epidemiologist, University College London and Co-Director of the NIHR Children and Families Policy Research Unit, on the potential for the ECHILD Database to inform policy in health, education and social care
- Gary Connell, Head of Data Ownership and Data Sharing, Department for Education, on widening access to, and maximising the benefit of, Longitudinal Educational Outcomes data for England
- Morag Treanor, Professor of Child and Family Inequalities, Heriot-Watt University, on linking data to better understand children’s lives and outcomes
- Robert French, Senior Research Fellow, School of Medicine, Cardiff University, on data linkage and Type 1 diabetes data for children
This event will be chaired by Gavin Freeguard, associate at the Institute for Government.
To find out more and register, visit the Institute for Government website.
When: Wednesday 5 May 2021, 18:00-19:20