Research Data Scotland: Developing trustworthy information governance
17 August 2021
Research Data Scotland is a collaboration between the Scottish Government, Scotland’s leading academic institutions and public bodies, including ADR Scotland. The Research Data Scotland team discuss the service's progress and next steps.
The potential of linked administrative data for understanding the relationships between children’s health and education
10 August 2021
ADR UK has today published a report highlighting key messages from government and third sector stakeholders regarding the potential of the newly linked ECHILD Database. Dr Louise Mc Grath-Lone, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCL, reflects on the strengths of this research resource.
Ethnic Inequalities in the Criminal Justice System
3 August 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Kitty Lymperopoulou discusses how her work will generate new evidence on the extent and drivers of ethnic inequalities in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales.
Scoping exercise launched to inform design of future UK trusted and secure data research infrastructure
28 July 2021
Health Data Research UK and ADR UK launch a scoping exercise to inform UK-wide proposals for major developments in digital research infrastructure.
What do we know about serious and organised crime and how effective is our response to it? Generating new insights using criminal courts data
26 July 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Tim McSweeney, describes how he is using data made available via the Data First programme to examine the nature, extent and outcomes of serious and organised crime.