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Office for National Statistics
The Office for National Statistics are the UK’s largest independent producer of official statistics. They are responsible for collecting and publishing statistics related to the economy, population and society at national, regional and local levels. They also conduct the census in England and Wales every 10 years.
The UK Data Service (UKDS) is a national data service that provides researchers with access to a range of social and economic data collections including UK census data and government funded surveys as well as qualitative and business data.
SAIL stands for Secure Anonymised Information Linkage. The SAIL Databank is a world-class flagship for the robust secure storage and use of anonymised person-based data for research to improve health, well-being and services. Its databank of anonymised data about the population of Wales is internationally recognised.
The Scottish Government are producers of official statistics, providing an accurate and up-to-date picture of Scotland’s economy and society.
Health and Social Care Northern Ireland
The Honest Broker Service (HBS) is the Trusted Research Environment for Health and Social Care (HSC) Northern Ireland and is hosted within the HSC Regional Business Services Organisation.
The HBS enables access to linked, de-identified health data for research purposes. The HBS works under the Five Safes Framework to protect data confidentiality.
HBS are open to applications from across the UK, enquiries can be made directly to the team using the contact details in the further information link below.
National Records of Scotland
National Records of Scotland (NRS) is a Non-Ministerial Department of the Scottish Government. NRS's purpose is to collect, preserve and produce information about Scotland's people and history and make it available to inform current and future generations. This includes civil registration and population census data.