Why Covid-19 has made data linkage matter more than ever
Join ADR UK speakers to discuss how linked administrative data at a government level can have a profound impact on homelessness research and policy design, as part of the Centre for Homelessness Impact Festival 2020.
Linked administrative data is a powerful tool for understanding the causes of homelessness, as well as targeting and evaluating interventions. In the shadow of the pandemic, the imperative to make full use of these sources of evidence to improve outcomes is more critical than ever. Chaired by Dr Emma Gordon, Director of ADR UK, a panel of data linkage experts will discuss the possibilities.
- Lan-Ho Man, Principal Research Officer at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
- Professor Betsy Stanko OBE, External Champion and Advisor to Data First
- Dr Ben Windsor-Shellard, Head of Lifestyle and Risk Factors Analysis at the Office for National Statistics
- Dr Serena Pattaro, Research Associate, Glasgow University, Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research
When: Friday 31 July, 14.00-15.00