Caring, compassion and support: How the lived experiences of a working carer brings data research to life
27 April 2021
Elizabeth Nelson and Ann Marie O’Neill of ADRC Northern Ireland discuss the importance of involving those with lived experience of caring in administrative data research which aims to benefit them.
Occupational mental health issues didn’t start with Covid-19 – but they have been exacerbated
31 March 2021
On 3 March 2021, ADRC NI held is fourth research and policy symposium: ‘Working and caring through Covid: How the pandemic has affected workers’ mental health’. Elizabeth Nelson discusses the key issues covered.
How can data linking help to strengthen farmers across the UK? A public health perspective
23 March 2021
Alisha Davies from Public Health Wales discusses the importance of linked administrative data for improving the lives of farmers and farming communities across the UK.
ADR UK funds research to understand experiences of people with EU Pre-Settled and Settled Status
24 February 2021
ADR UK has today announced a grant of £177,053 to help better understand the needs and experiences of people in Wales who have European Union Pre-Settled and Settled Status.