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Award-winning data linkage project improves bystander CPR rates and survival in Scotland
The latest report from Scottish Government's Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) Data Linkage Project finds that a record number of bystanders performed CPR on people who suffered a cardiac arrest outside of hospital last year.
Study sheds light on migrants’ use of psychotropic medication in Northern Ireland
A study published by ADR NI researchers has found underuse of mental services by first generation migrants. This open access study, undertaken as part of ADR NI’s migrant health project, aimed to explore the uptake of medication for different mental health difficulties by migrant residents in Northern Ireland.
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.
Report provides first insight into newborns in care proceedings in Wales
A team of researchers have become the first to produce a snapshot of the extent to which newborn babies and infants are subject to care proceedings in Wales using data sourced by ADR Wales.
Data Insights: Deprivation and informal care at the end of life
ADR Scotland's ‘Data Insights’ briefings share snapshots of findings from research projects using linked administrative data. This week, SCADR Research Fellow Anna Schneider PhD shares findings from her work on informal care at the end of life.