Data literacy: How to skill up the nation
13 July 2020
David Spiegelhalter, former President of the Royal Statistical Society (RSS), explains how we can prepare for the data economy by skilling up the nation.
Born into Care: New study highlights vulnerabilities of pregnant women in Wales
19 June 2020
New report using data acquired by ADR Wales reveals that pregnant women in Wales at risk of their babies being taken into care in the first year of life are more likely to have had mental health problems.
Public acceptability of data sharing for research: Trust, security and public interest
6 May 2020
Today we have published a literature review of existing work exploring public attitudes towards the sharing and use of administrative data for research. ADR UK Communications & Engagement Manager Elizabeth Waind discusses the findings.
New study shows notable regional differences in drug-related mortality in Northern Ireland
25 March 2020
Recent work by NISRA (ADR Northern Ireland) researchers using the linked Northern Ireland Mortality Study (NIMS) provides novel, socio-demographic insights into drug-related deaths in Northern Ireland.
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.