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Award-winning data linkage project improves bystander CPR rates and survival in Scotland
11 February 2020
The latest report from Scottish Government's Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) Data Linkage Project finds that a record number of bystanders performed CPR on people who suffered a cardiac arrest outside of hospital last year.
ADR UK-sponsored event explores how to ‘get things done’ with data in government
7 February 2020
Yesterday, ADR UK sponsored the eighth instalment of the Institute for Government’s Data Bites series, which explored the theme of ‘getting things done with data in government’.
Can we use linked administrative data to identify social disadvantage?
6 February 2020
Dr Serena Pattaro from the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR) shares her reflections on the value of longitudinal administrative data as a reliable alternative or complement to survey data.
Study sheds light on migrants’ use of psychotropic medication in Northern Ireland
21 January 2020
A study published by ADR NI researchers has found underuse of mental services by first generation migrants. This open access study, undertaken as part of ADR NI’s migrant health project, aimed to explore the uptake of medication for different mental health difficulties by migrant residents in Northern Ireland.
Pathways to impact: ADR UK partners share their insight
10 January 2020
As part of the International Conference on Administrative Data Research held in Cardiff in December 2019, our impact colleagues from across the ADR UK partnership collectively delivered a workshop on impact in the devolved nations.