Publications & reports
ADR UK Conference 2023: Poster presentations
The ADR UK Conference took place in Birmingham in November 2023. On Wednesday 15 November, the celebratory evening reception showcased a range of poster presentations. To find out more about the topics that were discussed, explore some of the posters from the evening.
ADR UK Annual Report 2022 - 2023
ADR UK is delighted to share its annual report for 2022-2023, highlighting a year of progress across the partnership. This year's report is published as a digital microsite, which you can explore to discover more about ADR UK's activities.
Data Insight: Are farm households different? Some evidence from Wales
This Data Insight presents data on the structure of farming households in Wales and compares them to other non-farming rural households. The work was carried out by the AD|ARC (Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection) team, an ADR UK- funded project.
ADR UK response to the Sudlow Review – Unifying Health Data in the UK
This is ADR UK's response to the Sudlow Review from Health Data Research UK. The consultation gathered input from stakeholders and members of the public on heath data in the UK.
An interim ADR UK position statement on synthetic data
The purpose of this statement is to communicate the current position of ADR UK on the issues of synthetic data production, access, governance and use. These issues are evolving, so ADR UK’s position will be updated in line with new findings and developments.
The legal framework for accessing data
ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK) uses a range of legal gateways to access data for research purposes depending on the type of data being used. UK Government broadly sets the legal framework, however there are some differences between nations due to devolved government powers. This publication sets out the legal framework for using administrative data for research in the UK.
ADR UK Annual Report 2021-22
In our fourth year, we have undertaken a wide variety of projects in support of our mission. Following the successful completion of our pilot phase in 2021, we have set out ambitious plans across the partnership to bridge the gap between government and academia. Read our 2021-22 Annual Report to find out more.
Public perceptions of public good: A dialogue
ADR UK and the Office for Statistics Regulation have published the results of a UK-wide public dialogue, undertaken in collaboration, to explore what the public perceive as the ‘public good’ use of data for research and statistics.
ADR UK responds to the ICO's call for views: anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance (chapters 1-3)
In this response to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)'s call for views, we discussed the use of different terms, accessibility, and the importance of protecting the value of data for research in the public interest.