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.
How local area deprivation can affect childhood outcomes
17 November 2021
A new Data Insight from an ADR Wales research team examines factors in the local area that can help a child overcome the negative impact of poverty. The research looks at which different socio-economic determinants of a local area are associated with resilience in children.
Growing up in kinship care: Exploring the needs, experiences, and outcomes of formal kinship care
10 November 2021
In his blog, Dr. Robert Porter, Research Lead at the Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection at the University of Strathclyde, highlights how ADR Scotland’s upcoming work will explore the needs, experiences, and outcomes of formal kinship care.
Data from the EU Settlement Scheme Demonstrates the Challenge of Estimating the Population of EU Migrants Living in Wales
21 September 2021
Professor Stephen Drinkwater, academic lead for the EUSS, looks at the latest data available on applications made to the Home Office for EU Settled Status and how this data is helping to shape the project.