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.
How administrative data can uncover the relationship between children’s health and education
15 February 2024
In this blog, Katie Harron describes how de-identified data made available through ECHILD can be used to investigate the relationship between children’s health and education. ECHILD stands for Education and Child Health Insights from Linked Data – England. Katie is the project lead for the ADR England-funded ECHILD project.
How does internal migration affect young adults’ outcomes and social mobility in England?
22 January 2024
In this blog, Dr Francesca Foliano explains how she will use administrative data to study the internal migration of young adults within England, and how this affects social mobility. Francesca is an ADR UK Research Fellow using the Longitudinal Education Outcomes dataset.
How does time in care impact young people’s educational attainment?
8 December 2023
This blog by Dr Xiaohui Zhang describes her research examining the impact of time in care on educational attainment of young people aged 16-18 in England. Xiaohui is an ADR UK Research Fellow using the Growing Up in England dataset.
Predicted grades for university admissions and student application outcomes
4 December 2023
In this blog, ADR UK Research Fellow Dr Konstantina Maragkou discusses her work using the Grading and Admissions Data for England (GRADE) dataset. Her project is exploring the relationship between student and school characteristics, and the accuracy of teacher-predicted grades for university admissions.