Helping Parents Identify Symptoms in Sick Children with the Health Innovation Network and the National Health Service

  • Sarah Jane Neill (Principal Investigator)

Impact: Health and Well-Being impacts, Quality of life impacts

Description of impact

Neill's research was used by the Health Innovation Network to provide content for two videos released by the NHS designed to help parents identify the severity of fever symptoms and understand best practice.


NHS; Health Innovation Network; parents; children with fever or sepsis symptoms.

How have research outputs led to this impact?

Neill's project ASK SNIFF is a programme of research that focuses on the development of safety netting interventions to help families determine when to seek help from a health professional for an acutely sick child. The research focuses on six symptoms of illness and looks to support parents through a symptom based approach.
Impact statusCompleted
Impact date2017
Category of impactHealth and Well-Being impacts, Quality of life impacts