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New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure: Linking data for better science and policy
Terrie Moffitt, from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience at King’s College London, and Anna McDowell, from Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated Data Unit, share their experience of setting up New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure.
Data linking for the National Evaluation of the Troubled Families Programme
Ricky Taylor and Lan-Ho Man from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) share their experience using linked data to evaluate the 'Troubled Families' programme.
Data Insights: Multiple health conditions and social care
ADR Scotland's ‘Data Insights’ briefings share snapshots of findings from research projects using linked administrative data. This week, SCADR Research Fellow David Henderson shares findings from his work on ‘multimorbidity’ and receipt of social care.
Key questions for children’s services: Identifying the gaps
In July, ADR UK, in collaboration with ONS and the Children's Commissioner, hosted a workshop with experts from a host of organisations to identify the key evidence gaps that research using linked administrative data about children can help to fill.