Public views on the use of personal identifiers for linking diabetes and education data for research
18 August 2021
A report showcasing the findings of a public and patient workshop with people living with type 1 diabetes to inform the work of ‘The personal cost of health conditions in childhood’ project has been published today. Charlotte Austin of Diabetes UK discusses the work.
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.
ADR Wales looks at school absence for children living in homeless households
24 March 2021
ADR Wales has released its latest publication analysing the effect that living in a homeless household has on school attendance.
First analysis of Growing Up in England dataset provides insight into educational attainment and household composition
30 July 2020
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the first research output from the Growing Up in England (GUIE) project, enabled by ADR UK funding.
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.