This is my 9th blog and wraps up my blog series looking at increased deaths at home during the pandemic.

The aim of this study is to leverage the linked data of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Register and the 2021 Census of England and Wales.

This research builds on our earlier work, and explores the increase in deaths at home during the Covid pandemic and its implications for end of life care and health service usage.

This month, our third blog in Jan's 'deaths at home' series, focuses more on the age of people who died at home. 

The Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR) hosted an online seminar on Friday 19 March, to bring together academics, data specialists and policy leaders to discuss the potential of data relating to nurse registrants to support informed policy and decision making - as well as...

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...