Workshop: Harnessing administrative data for health and criminal justice pathways


This is an in-person workshop delivered by the South East Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) and ADR UK. The sessions will introduce academics and students to ADR UK’s work and highlight the linked administrative datasets available for research. They will also inform researchers about how they can access these datasets, the research potential of the data, and what other resources are available to support their use.       

Register for the event  

This event is free and open to everyone. Closing date and time for registration is 16:00 on 11 June. 

Who should attend? 

This workshop is open a wide range of researchers, including doctoral researchers, early career researchers, and supervisors.   

Specifically, this workshop should be of interest to: 

  • researchers who have (or would like to develop) an interest in secondary data analysis 

  • researchers looking to explore new research areas. 

We strongly encourage participation by early career researchers and PhD students. 


Presenters will provide an overview of ADR UK, showcasing administrative data available for research, along with other datasets, and providing guidance on accessing the data. Academics and data owners will then highlight the datasets and projects they lead, relating to two of SeNSS’s thematic areas:   

  • Justice, Institutions and Social Change   

  • Health, Wellbeing and Social Care  

The workshop will finish with an interactive carousel session, which will provide the opportunity for attendees to network and pose questions directly to data owners and researchers. 

Find out more about the programme on Eventbrite.    

Event details 

Date:18 June 2024 

Time: 9.30 - 13.30 

Where: City, University of London 

Register: Via Eventbrite 


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