Profiling the Irish and Ulster-Scots languages in Northern Ireland
5 August 2022
John Hughes, an ADR NI researcher working for the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA), describes the findings of recently published research on knowledge of the Irish and Ulster Scots languages in Northern Ireland. This work was carried out by Queen’s University Belfast in collaboration with NISRA researchers.
ADR UK projects continue to inform UK’s Covid-19 response
19 July 2021
Administrative data research facilitated by ADR UK partners has been crucial in informing UK and devolved government responses to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
ADR UK enables vital research in response to Covid-19 crisis
9 November 2020
ADR UK partners are playing an important role in enabling vital research in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, helping to mitigate immediate effects and assess longer-term impacts on society.
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.
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.