Outcomes for looked-after children in Northern Ireland
This project will investigate the relationship between childhood interactions with social services and risk of poor health and social outcomes in adulthood.
Understanding social circumstances of the veteran population
This study aims to provide an overview of the social circumstances of the Scottish veterans population and to compare and contrast their situation to a comparable group of people drawn from the general population.
Investigating positive youth development
This study aims to examine the impact of chilhood participation in Scouts, Guides and other similar organisations upon mental health in later life in Scotland.
Selective schooling and long-term health
This study uses data from a 1950s Aberdeen birth cohort for whom test score, secondary school attended and later life health are available to test the impact of secondary schooling on health in the region.
Placement stability of children in out-of-home care
The overall aim of this study is to provide a detailed analysis of the longitudinal sequences of placements which looked after children in Scotland experience.
Care in the last years of life
The overall aim of this study is to develop understanding of factors influencing the availability and utilisation of formal and informal care in Scotland during the final stages of life, and study trends over time.
Reducing economic inactivity
The focus of this study is to understand groups within the Northern Ireland working age population who changed their economic activity status between 2001 and 2011.
Investigating Irish language and Ulster Scots in Northern Ireland
This research project will assist policymakers in understanding the factors that influence Irish language and Ulster Scots speaking in Northern Ireland.
Understanding users of concessionary fares
The aim of this research is to analyse the profile and rates of uptake and use of SmartPasses by the population aged 60 and over in Northern Ireland.