News & blogs
Involving care experienced young people in administrative data research: A mutually beneficial relationship
31 May 2022
Sarah McKenna, an ADR Northern Ireland Research Assistant at Queen’s University Belfast, discusses a recently piloted workshop, which focused on involving those with lived experience of care in administrative data research.
DARE UK public dialogue findings published
6 May 2022
The ADR UK-supported programme DARE UK (Data and Analytics Research Environments UK) has published the findings of a UK-wide public dialogue.
Engaging children and young people in Scotland
25 November 2021
This week ADR Scotland announced a pilot project in partnership with Children in Scotland on engaging children and young people with data.
Demonstrating trustworthiness and maximising public benefit: ADR UK Public Engagement Strategy 2021 - 2026
23 September 2021
Public Engagement Manager, Shayda Kashef, discusses why embedding public engagement across all our projects is so important.
Public views on the use of personal identifiers for linking diabetes and education data for research
18 August 2021
A report showcasing the findings of a public and patient workshop with people living with type 1 diabetes to inform the work of ‘The personal cost of health conditions in childhood’ project has been published today. Charlotte Austin of Diabetes UK discusses the work.