Distinct Linkage Projects
The NILS and NIMS have received ethical approval for all research on migration, fertility, mortality and inequalities and can routinely link to the datasets outlined above. There is also the potential to link to other administrative datasets, such as health and social care, for specially defined one-off studies. These are subject to additional legal and ethical scrutiny and privacy protection protocols. Examples include cancer screening, prescribing and dental services data. For further information please contact the NILS-RSU.
We are very pleased to announce the new version of our data dictionary interface featuring: full variable information, advanced search options and the ability to save your own variable lists between sessions. We would greatly appreciate your thoughts on the new system so please find out more...
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