12 March 2020
Heavy alcohol consumption by mothers during pregnancy is associated with developmental problems in their children. However, the impact of light to moderate consumption on the long-term health and educational attainment up to adolescence has not been established.This project aims to investigate the association between alcohol use of mothers during pregnancy and health and educational attainment of their children up to age 14 years.
This project is funded by ADR Wales via its core grant from the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) as an ADR UK partner.
Ethnic Inequalities in the Criminal Justice System
3 August 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Kitty Lymperopoulou discusses how her work will generate new evidence on the extent and drivers of ethnic inequalities in the Criminal Justice System in England and Wales.
Scoping exercise launched to inform design of future UK trusted and secure data research infrastructure
28 July 2021
Health Data Research UK and ADR UK launch a scoping exercise to inform UK-wide proposals for major developments in digital research infrastructure.
What do we know about serious and organised crime and how effective is our response to it? Generating new insights using criminal courts data
26 July 2021
ADR UK Research Fellow Tim McSweeney, describes how he is using data made available via the Data First programme to examine the nature, extent and outcomes of serious and organised crime.
AD|ARC: Linking Government data to support Farming in Scotland
22 July 2021
Alastair McAlpine, Senior Statistician in the Scottish Government’s Rural and Environmental Sciences and Analytical Services division, discusses how the AD|ARC project supports the Scottish Government’s future policies.
ADR UK projects continue to inform UK’s Covid-19 response
19 July 2021
Administrative data research facilitated by ADR UK partners has been crucial in informing UK and devolved government responses to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) dataset is now available in the ONS Secure Research Service
15 July 2021
The de-identified LEO Iteration 1 Standard Extract (LEO I1SE) dataset is now available for accredited researchers to apply to use in the Office for National Statistics Secure Research Service.
When do people get tested and does it matter?
30 June 2021
Dr Mark Green discusses how data made available from the Local Data Spaces progamme enabled his research team to better understand national patterns of Covid-19 testing.
Improving completeness of data on protected characteristics
23 June 2021
Roger Halliday, Chief Statistician for Scottish Government and Co-Director of ADR Scotland discusses the importance of accurate data on the socio-demographics of a population.
Analysing a season of death and excess mortality in Scotland’s past
21 June 2021
ADR Scotland researcher Dr Beata Nowok describes the use of the SHiPP to investigate past disease outbreaks to find parallels and learn lessons that may help us respond better in the present.