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Were people who died at home less likely to attend hospital at the end of life during the Covid pandemic?

Were people who died at home less likely to attend hospital at the end of life during the Covid pandemic? Previous SCADR (Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research) analysis has demonstrated…

Scams and subjective wellbeing

Scams and subjective wellbeing

Kids’ Environment and Health Cohort

Kids’ Environment and Health Cohort This project aims to set up a new national data resource that will allow researchers to examine how local physical and social environments influence children’s…

An analysis of Covid-19 deaths and equality in Northern Ireland

An analysis of Covid-19 deaths and equality in Northern Ireland ADR Northern Ireland researchers recently published analysis of Covid-19 deaths and equality in Northern Ireland. ADR Northern Ireland…

IPDLN 2022: Insights from Professor Katie Harron

IPDLN 2022: Insights from Professor Katie Harron ADR UK spoke to Katie Harron, Professor of Statistics and Health Data Science at University College London’s Institute of Child Health and one of the…

Health and social care diversity among individuals with longstanding physical and psychological health problems

Health and social care diversity among individuals with longstanding physical and psychological health problems

ADR UK funds major new data linkage projects to address vital policy questions

ADR UK funds major new data linkage projects to address vital policy questions ADR UK is delighted to announce the first series of projects to receive funding from our research-ready data and access…

Profiling the Irish and Ulster-Scots languages in Northern Ireland

Profiling the Irish and Ulster-Scots languages in Northern Ireland John Hughes, an ADR NI researcher working for the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA), describes the findings of…

Health outcomes for looked-after children

Health outcomes for looked-after children

An investigation into the effect of implementation of the Growth Assessment Protocol on stillbirth in rates England

An investigation into the effect of implementation of the Growth Assessment Protocol on stillbirth in rates England

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