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Can we use linked administrative data to identify social disadvantage?
Dr Serena Pattaro from the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR) shares her reflections on the value of longitudinal administrative data as a reliable alternative or complement to survey data.
Pathways to impact: ADR UK partners share their insight
As part of the International Conference on Administrative Data Research held in Cardiff in December 2019, our impact colleagues from across the ADR UK partnership collectively delivered a workshop on impact in the devolved nations.
Administrative Data: Misuse vs. Missed Use
In the third of a series of blogs following on from our roundtable event with the Institute for Government on ‘maximising the value of administrative data’, ADR UK’s communications and engagement lead, Ed Morrow, makes the case for reframing the debate to consider not just the risks of sharing data, but the risks of not sharing it.
Health inequalities and the migrant population in Northern Ireland: Exploring the evidence
ADR Northern Ireland recently held the second event in its policy and research symposium series, this time focusing on migrants and health inequalities. ADR NI’s Elizabeth Nelson reflects on the topics covered on the day, and why meaningful engagement with stakeholders is so important.
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.