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.
Data Impact blog
Naomi Miall, one of our Data Impact Fellows, shares about her research looking at child mental health in the wake of COVID-19.
Rhiannon Williams, one of our Data Impact Fellows, discusses how she seeks to build practical policy into data analysis in her work.
Tej Nathwani introduces a new area-based measure of deprivation created by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Dr Liming Li, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at King’s College London, share about her recent research into welfare benefits, single mothers and the impact on children’s mental health.
In this post Matthew Johnson and Elliott Johnson from Northumbria University introduce our latest impact case study, which draws together the work of the Health Case for Basic Income research group.
Dr J. Kasmire, who works at the UK Data Service and the Cathie Marsh Institute at the University of Manchester, discusses what research questions are, and what makes a good one.
We examine two recently published reports that look at the current cost-of-living crisis, poverty and how data can aid in alleviating these societal issues.
Mikeala Bloomberg, Research Fellow at the UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care, shares about her recent study which looked at the significance of physical activity and sleep for cognitive benefits.