Teenagers in care proceedings have more frequent health service use than their peers
18 October 2021
A new report has found that young people entering care proceedings have a higher use of both primary and secondary health care than young people in the general population in Wales.
Linking education and hospital data in England: new publication demonstrates ECHILD linkage process and quality
22 September 2021
Last week saw a new publication from the ECHILD team, with ‘Linking education and hospital data in England: linkage process and quality’ published in the International Journal of Population Data Science.
Funding opportunity: ADR UK welcomes applications for GRading and Admissions Data for England (GRADE) Research Fellowships
1 September 2021
We are accepting applications for 12-month Research Fellowships to conduct analysis using newly available GRading and Admissions Data for England (GRADE), to understand the impacts of summer 2020 awarding approaches on students and schools.
Public views on the use of personal identifiers for linking diabetes and education data for research
18 August 2021
A report showcasing the findings of a public and patient workshop with people living with type 1 diabetes to inform the work of ‘The personal cost of health conditions in childhood’ project has been published today. Charlotte Austin of Diabetes UK discusses the work.
The potential of linked administrative data for understanding the relationships between children’s health and education
10 August 2021
ADR UK has today published a report highlighting key messages from government and third sector stakeholders regarding the potential of the newly linked ECHILD Database. Dr Louise Mc Grath-Lone, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCL, reflects on the strengths of this research resource.