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Introducing the Researcher Access Service

Introducing the Researcher Access Service In collaboration with the Public Health Scotland electronic Data Research and Innovation Service (eDRIS), Research Data Scotland has launched the Researcher…

Understanding the experiences of nurses, midwives and nursing associates: How linking data can make a difference

Understanding the experiences of nurses, midwives and nursing associates: How linking data can make a difference In this blog, Dr Iain Atherton, Co-Director at Scottish Centre for Administrative Data…

ADR Scotland study reveals mental health benefits of cycling to work

ADR Scotland study reveals mental health benefits of cycling to work Researchers at ADR Scotland have shown a direct link between commuting by bicycle and improved mental health. Researchers at ADR…

Embedding approaches to engaging children with data

Embedding approaches to engaging children with data Harriet Baird, Engagement Lead for ADR Scotland partner the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research, discusses learnings from their…

Widening access to policy-relevant nursing and midwifery data in the UK

Widening access to policy-relevant nursing and midwifery data in the UK For the first time, nursing and midwifery registrant data will be made available for research via the Office for National…

Children’s data rights: A comic from ADR Scotland

Children’s data rights: A comic from ADR Scotland ADR Scotland has worked with Children in Scotland to produce a data comic around children's rights. This feeds into its ongoing work to engage…

Unlocking criminal justice data

Unlocking criminal justice data Last month, ADR Scotland hosted an online event on unlocking criminal justice data. The event attracted researchers and practitioners from a wide range of…

Celebrating public engagement: Highlights from ADR Scotland

Celebrating public engagement: Highlights from ADR Scotland SCADR Impact and Knowledge Exchange Manager, Harriet Baird, discusses public engagement work from ADR Scotland to mark one year since the…

Scout and Guide participation boosts later life health

Scout and Guide participation boosts later life health Children who participated in Scouts or Guides were around 35% more likely to report excellent health at age 50 compared to their peers, findings…

Future-proofing investment into administrative data research announced in Scotland

Future-proofing investment into administrative data research announced in Scotland An initiative that has transformed how administrative data can be used securely to enrich policy to support the…