Becca Lacey, Reader at St George’s, University of London, shares research from the Eurocare team on how mental and physical health change around becoming an unpaid carer in the UK.
Data Impact blog
Bozena Wielgoszewska, Research Fellow at the Social Research Institute, University College London and previously a UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow, discusses the gender furlough gap.
Dr Chris Playford, Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter, describes his recent study which explores the role of geography in progression to Higher Education in England.
Franco Bonomi Bezzo and Anne-Marie Jeannet, from the University of Milan, share about their research looking at the role voluntary & civic organisations have in deprived communities.
Niels Blom, one of our Data Impact Fellows, discusses his research looking at measures of violence in Understanding Society and the Crime Survey for England and Wales, and the opportunities this gives researchers.
UK Longitudinal Linkage Collaboration (UK LLC) Director, outlines what UK LLC delivers as part of the UK’s research infrastructure and the impact this will have on the longitudinal research community.
As 2023 draws to a close, our Research Impact and Engagement Manager, James Lockwood, looks back over some of the impact highlights of the year.
We highlight some of the ways data in the UK Data Service collection is being used in research, reports and articles we’ve seen over the autumn.
Naomi Miall, one of our Data Impact Fellows, shares about her research looking at child mental health in the wake of COVID-19.