The personal cost of health conditions in childhood
17 February 2021
ADR UK is funding the creation of an information governance framework for the linking of disease-specific health datasets to administrative school and university data for England and Wales.
EU Settlement Scheme Data Linking Project
9 October 2020
The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) Data Linking Project is an ADR Wales initiative born out of the need to improve the evidence base on EU citizens in Wales who are part of the EU Settlement Scheme.
Administrative Data | Agricultural Research Collection: Enhancing the prosperity and wellbeing of farm households
2 October 2020
ADR UK is working in partnership with a group of academic and government bodies to link de-identified data from across the UK to create the first UK-wide data platform focused on agriculture.
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.
Methodological approach to tackling homelessness
16 March 2020
This project aims to link administrative data from Swansea Local Authority housing services to other public service data to better understand the experience of homelessness in Wales.
Healthcare and experiences of homelessness
13 March 2020
This study will explore differences in healthcare needs amongst different experiences of homelessness in Wales.
The relationship between educational attainment and surviving poverty
13 March 2020
This study aims to better understand the factors associated with doing well at school for children at GCSE-level who are also living in poverty in Wales.