Our fifth blog in the 'Deaths at Home' series looks at the six main causes of death recorded for deaths at home during the pandemic, and compares the current figures with the average number of home deaths between 2015-2019.

This month, our fourth blog in the 'Deaths at Home' series, shows that there is still an increase in deaths at home, even with very few Covid-19 home deaths.

This month, Jan Savinc, focuses on the increase of 'deaths at home' since the beginning of the pandemic, using data for the entirety of 2020 as well as 2021 as new data are released. 

A data report presented to the Scottish Policy Authority (SPA) shows that almost a third of all Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) were issued to people living in the top 10% most deprived communities of Scotland.  Moreover, FPNs were twelve times more likely to be issued to people living in the 10%...

As we enter new phases of the pandemic, how can administrative data help us to better understand what’s happened and inform policy and practice in preparation for potential future waves?

In this strand we aim to better understand the pattern of care in Scotland. We are exploring the factors impacting on the types of care people have access to and receive (whether provided by health services, social care providers, or informally by family or friends), and how different types of...

The overall aim of this study is to assess the sociodemographic and health characteristics of those contracted Covid-19 and their associations with mortality and critical care admission as compared to the general population.

This research involves working with the Independent Advisory Group on Police Use of Temporary Powers Related to the Coronavirus to scrutinise the policing of the pandemic in Scotland.

A range of resources including data hubs, guides and other useful tools and methods to help support administrative data research.