Deaths at home during the Covid-19 pandemic in Scotland
14 July 2023
This project builds on ADR Scotland’s earlier work, exploring the increase in deaths at home during the Covid-19 pandemic and its implications for end-of-life care and health service usage.
Investigating socioeconomic, household, and environmental risk factors for Covid-19 in Scotland
14 July 2023
This study aims to use linked administrative data to enhance our understanding of non-health risk factors such as occupation, household, and environmental circumstances. It will help to inform future policies to support populations at higher risk.
ECHILD: Linking children’s health and education data for England
5 June 2023
This ADR England-funded project will further develop a research-ready database linking health, education and social care data for all children in England.
Data First: Harnessing the potential of linked administrative data for the justice system
30 April 2023
Data First is an ambitious data-linking programme led by MoJ that aims to harness the potential of the wealth of data by linking administrative datasets from across the justice system and beyond.
Trends in food poverty and linkages to health in Northern Ireland
17 February 2023
This project aims to produce a food poverty risk index for Northern Ireland which will answer a range of questions on food poverty in the region.
Local Data Spaces: Helping Local Authorities tackle the Covid-19 pandemic
26 February 2021
ADR UK is funding an initiative to help local authorities across England harness crucial data in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
ADR Wales Covid-19 Response
6 July 2020
Data scientists from ADR Wales are currently undertaking a collection of rapid response projects related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Identifying the links between hearing loss and dementia
5 May 2020
This project will link new and existing health data to examine the relationship between hearing loss, hearing aid use and dementia in Wales.
Exploring the relationship between housing and wellbeing
17 March 2020
This research explores differences in mental and subjective wellbeing across housing tenures in Wales; specifically, whether there is some intrinsic property of ‘tenure’ that impacts wellbeing.