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It’s Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, so we thought we’d take a look at how we measure and define fuel poverty – and look at how the data we hold helps to understand the issue.
The ADR conference is a growing annual event aimed at researchers who use administrative data to better understand populations and societies.
Please note that the call for abstracts is fast approaching as we are inviting 200-word abstracts to be submitted by 7th March 2018.
An article in the latest issue of Research Europe highlights the importance of long-term funding to maintain research datasets, and includes an interview with Louise Corti, Associate Director of the UK Data Archive.
ADRC-NI researchers Professor Gillian Robinson, Professor Helen Dolk, and Dr. Joanne Given conducted research on the public’s attitudes toward data sharing. A module of questions was included on the 2015 Northern Ireland Life and Times survey (NILT). That full report is now available.
We are seeking to appoint a Senior User Support and Training Officer, covering a period of maternity leave.
It’s Love Data Week 12-16 February, and we’re marking it by looking at some of the ways the UK Data Service are helping to make possible the research which shapes our world and our understanding of it.
The Winter edition of the UK Data Service newsletter is now available.
The UK Data Service is leading a project to create a simple open sourced tool to assess the quality of quantitative data files and create and deliver associated training materials for it.
Safe Users of Research data Environment Training:
Next training session will take place on 23 February 2018.
Our researchers presented their survey results-which gathered public attitudes toward health data sharing in Northern Ireland-to an audience at Stormont. The event was completely full and attended by an audience of civil servants and representatives from various voluntary sector organisations.
The UK Data Service is pleased to announce the second workpackage of harmonised datasets, created by CLOSER (Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources) are now available to download.
Ulster University researchers at the Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland (ADRC-NI) are set to present significant findings on the public’s attitudes toward health data sharing at a Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series (KESS) on January 31, 2018.