News & blogs
The Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection project powers on
27 November 2023
The Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection (AD|ARC) project hopes to enhance the prosperity and wellbeing of farm households. In this blog, Dr Paul Caskie reflects on what was achieved in the first phase of funding and the plans for the next stage.
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.
COVID-19 vaccine inequality found among people experiencing homelessness in Wales, study suggests
11 October 2023
A year into the mass vaccination programme, people who experienced homelessness in Wales had lower rates of COVID-19 vaccine uptake, an ADR Wales study has found.
The power of people: a human geographer’s mission to end homelessness
4 September 2023
As we look forward to the ADR UK Conference 2023, our series of blogs delving into the work of its keynote speakers continues. Beth MacDonald (Engagement Officer, Office for National Statistics) sat down with Professor Peter Mackie from the School of Geography and Planning at Cardiff University, to learn more about his impactful work and keynote presentation. To hear more from Peter and our other keynote speakers, along with a variety of engaging sessions, buy your ticket for the conference.
Widening access to policy-relevant nursing and midwifery data in the UK
16 March 2023
For the first time, nursing and midwifery registrant data will be made available for research via the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Secure Research Service. The data can provide vital insights into the current state of nursing and midwifery in the UK and inform policy. This initiative is led by the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR), part of ADR Scotland.