ADRC-E Away Day 2017
The ADRC-England team met at the Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, for its annual Away Day on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 October 2017.
The team shared their achievements and latest research outputs across 3 separate sessions run by the Southampton Centre, the Bloomsbury Centre and the ONS team, alternating research talks to team building exercises.
Please find below the programme of the 2017 Away Day and a list of selected presentations at the bottom of the page.
Images: the ADRC-England Management Team and the team at Cumberland Lodge
14.00 - 15.15 Director's session with Professor Peter W.F. Smith
15.15 - 15.45 Tea/coffee break
15.45 - 17.15 Bloomsbury session, chaired by Professor Ruth Gilbert
Employment and receipt of welfare benefits before and after renal transplantation - Peter Dutey-Magni
The new LEO (Longitudinal Education Outcomes) dataset - Laura van der Erve, IFS
Synergy and substitution in health and education-based services for children with special educational needs - Dr James Doidge
Linkages between healthcare and family justice data - Dr Linda Wijlaars and Prof Ruth Gilbert
Images: Professor Peter W.F. Smith opening the Away Day (left) and Paul Jackson addressing the audience (right)
09.00 – 10.30 ONS session, chaired by Lucy Vickers
Partnership working and collaboration with government - Paul Jackson
Finding UK armed forces in the 2011 Census - Steve Milner
Linkage Methods for Unknown Cluster Sizes – Finding Maternal Siblings in Birth Registration Data - Shelley Gammon and Charles Morris
IDEAS - Integrating Data Enabling Analysis and Statistics - developing a cross ONS approach to data linkage - Lucy Vickers
10.00 - 11.30 Tea/coffee break
11.00 – 12.30 Southampton session, chaired by Professor David Martin
Do representativeness indicators approximate non-response biases during survey data collection: Part 1? Survey covariates with census sample auxiliary information analogues - Prof Gabriele Durrant
Do representativeness indicators approximate non-response biases during survey data collection: Part 2? Survey covariates without census sample auxiliary information analogues - Dr Jamie Moore
Coherence, Vacuity and Linkage: Assessing the potential to use government administrative data to improve social and economic statistics - Dr Mirela Nikolova
Reflections on an encounter with administrative health data - Prof Graham Moon
12.30 – 13.00 Closing remarks by Professor Peter W.F. Smith
Images: Cumberland Lodge
For more examples of research performed at ADRC-England, please visit our Projects webpage.
Selected presentationsvan der Erve - The new LEO dataset _AwayDay2017.pdf (277Kb) Doidge - Synergy and substitution in health and education-based services for children with special educational needs_AwayDay2017.pdf (190Kb) Wijlaars - Linkages between healthcare and family justice data_AwayDay2017.pdf (581Kb) Paul Jackson - Partnership working and collaboration with government.pdf (481Kb) Gammon - Linkage Methods for Unknown Cluster Sizes – Finding Maternal Siblings in Birth Registration Data_AwayDay2017.pdf (976Kb) Durrant - Survey covariates with census analogues_AwayDay2017.pdf (248Kb) Moore - Survey covariates without census sample auxiliary information analogues_AwayDay2017.pdf (178Kb) Nikolova - Coherence Vacuity and Linkage_AwayDay2017.pdf (728Kb)