04th International Conference on Administrative Data Research
09 - 11 Dec
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff
Public Data for Public Good
The use of administrative data and the ability to link records at an individual level to produce empirically based insights, serves to effect positive change for public good through evidence based policy making. The increasing availability of government data for research is an important trend enabling population data science to penetrate deeper than ever before into social and economic issues. However, the use of these vast data resources is still in its infancy with considerable challenges to overcome. This year, the 4th International ADR Conference aims to address such challenges towards lessening the gap between theory and practice.
Full papers will be presented in concurrent sessions. Each oral presentation will be given 15 minutes to present, and 5 minutes for Q&A, for a total of 20 minutes. Please avoid death by PowerPoint (!) and use no more than 15 slides.
- Rapid Fire papers will be presented during dedicated rapid fire concurrent sessions. Each presenter will have 4 minutes to give their presentation, using a maximum of 1 slide, followed by a Q&A with the audience. Presenters are encouraged to present their findings in an innovative and/or entertaining way. Use your imagination!
- Posters will be on display for an assigned presentation day.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
Deadline - Friday 12th July 2019, 12:00 (midnight)
ADR 2019 Conference topic areas
The conference programme will include a range of presentations across the following topic areas to share new knowledge, generate discussion and promote collaboration opportunities:
- Applied research: work that has contributed new knowledge, using data linkage or population data sciences approaches. Research that is either complete or will have significant findings by the conference date
- Case studies and concepts: research study protocols; local/case-specific technical developments; proof of concept studies; concept dictionaries; data resource descriptions; capacity building
- Ethical, Legal and Social Implications: regulatory and governance challenges and solutions; confidentiality; data security; public and other stakeholder engagement; ethical issues; social acceptability
- Evidence to support policy making: work generating evidence to inform policy making; engaging with policy makers; demonstrating and measuring impact
- Methodological and analytical advances: dealing with large scale, complex and messy data; data linkage and quality; emerging data types; data visualisation; data interoperability;