In this post Skeena Williamson and Lucinda Allen from the Health Foundation discuss levels of poverty and deprivation among social care workers.
Data Impact blog
Dr Mary Cowan and Shayda Kashef share about the new report from the Office for Statistics Regulation which looks into public perceptions of the “public good”.
Applications for our Data Impact Fellows 2023 scheme are open! Find out more about the scheme and hear from past fellows about why you should apply!
As 2022 draws to a close, our Director of Impact Neil Dymond-Green, looks back over some of their impact highlights of the year.
Dr Diego Arenas from DataKind UK shares his top tips for working with sensitive text data.
The release of census 2021 data on migration and race provides evidence on how the population is changing. Nigel de Noronha seeks to provide advice on what data is available about race and migration from the 2021 census and encourage responsible use of it by highlighting appropriate ethical considerations.
Over the last year the UKDS gas started a podcast called “The Experts’ Expert”. We’ve chosen a few of our favourite episodes, and you can listen to them on this page or find all the episodes on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
The past couple of weeks have seen some significant releases of Census 2021 data. We took a look at some Census “firsts” in these releases, including new statistics on marriage, civil partnerships and veterans as well as some new visualisation tools.
We took a look at the REF 2021 Impact Case Studies and how the UK Data Service collection has been used in the research submitted.