Data Insights: Variations in Covid-19 vaccination uptake among people in receipt of psychotropic drugs
This data insight from ADR Northern Ireland investigates the link between people in Northern Ireland receiving psychotropic drugs, as an indicator of mental health conditions, and their likelihood of receiving a Covid-19 vaccination.
Data Insights: The influence of a pupil’s socio-demographic profile and school factors on GCSE attainment outcomes (February 2021)
This study examines socio-demographic and school level predictors of GCSE attainment using data that links the Northern Ireland Census (2011), School Leavers Survey and School Census for the first time.
Data Insights: Economically 'inactive': How does childcare impact mothers' ability to re-join the labour market? (November 2020)
This study provides a first glance into the impact that informal childcare provided by co-resident grandparents in Northern Ireland has on mothers’ employment rates, especially on mother’s full-time and part-time employment.
Data Insights: The relationship between mental disorder, occupation type and family demands (August 2020)
This study uses data linkage to examine mental disorder across occupation types and the association of family demands in Northern Ireland.
Data Insights: The effect of exposure to air pollution on health and mortality (August 2020)
This study uses individual-level longitudinal data to investigate, for the first time in Northern Ireland, the link between health outcomes and long-term exposure to ambient pollution between 2001 and 2018.
Data Insights: Mortality amongst young adults with a care history in Northern Ireland (February 2020)
This study provides first insights into the mortality risks within the Northern Ireland care population. This forms part of a programme of research exploring the mortality of all children born in NI between 1970-2015 based on exposure to social services interventions.
Data Insights: Children's mental health and social care in Northern Ireland (February 2020)
This study provides first insights into the burden of poor mental health within the Northern Ireland care population. This forms part of a programme of research exploring the mental health of all children known to social services in NI in 2015.