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…

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…

The social care research landscape across the UK, what we learned from the ADR UK conference

By Lynsey Cross, ADR Wales Social Care Research Officer As part of the ADR UK Conference 2023, the ADR Wales social care team, along with the Scottish Centre for Administrative…

Teenagers in care proceedings have more frequent health service use than their peers

A new report has found that young people entering care proceedings have a higher use of both primary and secondary health care than young people in the general population in…

Born into Care: New study highlights vulnerabilities of pregnant women in Wales

A new report using data acquired by ADR Wales has revealed that pregnant women in Wales at risk of their babies being taken into care in the first year of life are more likely…

Report provides first insight into newborns in care proceedings in Wales

A team of researchers have become the first to produce a snapshot of the extent to which newborn babies and infants are subject to care proceedings in Wales using data…
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