This session of the WISERD 2015 conference focussed on the Administrative Data Research Centre Wales (ADRC-W). Presentations delivered as part of this session can be accessed below.
Using the ADRC-W
The following presentations were delivered at the event by the ADRC teams in Swansea and Cardiff University. They provide brief overviews of the ADRC-W, why it's useful and how to use it.
The ADRC session also detailed projects which are currently using the ADRC-W to obtain data for analysis.
Examining the link between family health events and pupil performance indicators in Wales using linked data - Phil Murphy, David Blackaby, Swansea University and Ian Thomas, ADRC-W, Cardiff University.
Understanding the determinants of educational achievement and the association with health and well-being by age 14 in Wales - Chris Taylor, WISERD, Cardiff University
As part of the WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Seminar Series, Dr Taulant Guma from the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University presents emerging findings from the WISERD/Civil Society project on ‘Migrants, Minorities and Engagement in Local Civil Society’.