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Latest News & Blogs

Census 2021 data now available in SAIL Databank

Census 2021 data is now available inside SAIL Databank, ADR Wales’s trusted research environment (TRE). The 2021 Census of England and Wales is the largest national survey undertaken by the…
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Linked data research and social care: Research priorities for adult social care across the UK

By Lynsey Cross, ADR Wales Social Care Research Officer Welcome to the third and final blog on reflections from our pre-conference workshop at the ADR UK Conference 2023, which focused…
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Understanding the adult social care landscape across the UK: Lessons learnt from the ADR UK Conference

By Lynsey Cross, ADR Wales Social Care Research Officer The ADR Wales social care team hosted a workshop with the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research and the Office for…
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Latest Publications

Data Insight: Risk factors associated with primary care-reported domestic violence for women involved in Family Law care proceedings

This Data Insight explores risk factors for domestic violence and abuse (DVA) experienced by mothers involved in public law family court care proceedings
in Wales. It is intended as a summary of recently published research within the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
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Data Insight: Effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health of children that are clinically extremely vulnerable or living with clinically extremely vulnerable people in Wales

This Data Insight examines the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health of clinically extremely vulnerable children and children living with clinically extremely vulnerable people in Wales, using data linkage methods.

Report: Differences between estimates of Welsh language ability in Census 2021 and household surveys

Initial findings from research reviewing differences between estimates of Welsh language ability in Census 2021 and the Labour Force Survey. This publication is a product of a joint workplan between the Welsh Government and Office for National Statistics to improve our understanding of Welsh language statistics.