£17m funding for collaborative data research in Wales
26 January 2022
An initiative that has transformed how de-identified administrative data can be securely used to provide insight into social and economic issues in Wales is set to continue thanks to an investment of almost £17 million.
ADR Wales Associate Director recognised in New Year’s Honours
20 January 2022
A public health expert recognised by the Queen says his honour is a reflection of just how highly the work of Swansea University’s SAIL Databank is regarded.
Homelessness and Covid-19 in Wales; the unexpected findings
8 December 2021
Dr Ian Thomas and Dr Pete Mackie are the leads for the housing and homelessness research carried out by ADR Wales. In this blog, Ian outlines the surprising findings of the team’s most recent analysis that looks at Covid-19 infection rates among people experiencing homelessness in Wales.
Welsh research finds Covid-19 infection rates lower amongst people who had experienced homelessness than the general population
6 December 2021
The research, published in the International Journal of Population Data Science, was carried out by ADR Wales housing and homelessness lead academics Dr Ian Thomas and Dr Peter Mackie, who analysed linked data from healthcare related services and Covid-19 testing results.
ADR UK responds to the Information Commissioner’s Office call for views: Anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance
3 December 2021
The ADR UK partnership has responded to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) ‘Call for views: Anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance’.