News & blogs
Understanding the experiences of nurses, midwives and nursing associates: How linking data can make a difference
29 February 2024
In this blog, Dr Iain Atherton, Co-Director at Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR), discusses the potential of linking the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register with the 2021 Census for England and Wales.
Love Data Week 2024: How ADR UK is creating data-driven change
12 February 2024
As part of Love Data Week, taking place from 12 to 16 February, ADR UK is showcasing a selection of high-impact projects from across the partnership on our social media. These highlight the importance of linked administrative data research to driving real-world, public good impact across a range of sectors and themes.
Two sides of the same coin: Operational versus research use of administrative data
26 January 2024
In this blog, Emily Oliver, Head of Training and Capacity Building at ADR UK, explores the distinctions and convergences between using administrative data for operational and research purposes.
ADR UK 2023 PhD studentships cohort begin their projects
25 October 2023
22 PhD studentships supported by ADR UK have now commenced. Hosted by supervisors across 13 of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs),these students will access the full breadth of ADR UK flagship datasets to conduct quantitative research and answer policy-relevant research questions.
Are farming households different to other rural households in Wales? A view from the AD|ARC project
12 October 2023
Stuart Neil is the agriculture and rural affairs statistician working within Welsh Government and a steering group member for the ADR UK-funded Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection (AD|ARC) project. In a blog, Stuart discusses the picture emerging from early work on farming households in Wales and how this can help to inform policy decisions that may benefit the people that live in them.