Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Sir Ian Kennedy explores the findings of the GP Inquiry This content relates to the following topics: General practice Part of Inquiry into the quality of general practice in England Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Monday 21 March 2011 Sir Ian Kennedy, Chair of the independent Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England, talks to us about the findings of the inquiry, why it was initiated and what the implications might be for staff working in general practice.Related contentVideoSir Ian Kennedy: Inquiry into the quality of general practice Sir Ian Kennedy, the Chair of the Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England, introduces the finding of the final report at a launch event at The King's Fund.VideoNigel Mathers: Inquiry into the quality of general practice Nigel Mathers, Vice-Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners, gives his response to the final report of the Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England.VideoJeremy Taylor: Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive of Patient Voices, gives his view on the final report of the Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England and considers its impact on patients.SlideshowNick Goodwin: The findings of the Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice Nick Goodwin, project director for the independent Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England, discusses the main findings in this audio slideshow. ReportImproving the quality of care in general practice: Report of an independent inquiry commissioned by The King's FundThis report, conducted by an independent panel of experts, aims to support the work of general practice and to provide a guide to ensure that quality is at the heart of the service. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog Workforce implementation plan: Five key issues to look out for With an interim workforce implementation plan due to be published soon, Richard Murray highlights five areas to look for, from the recruitment of nurses and primary care staff, to leadership, training and national oversight. Blog Primary care networks and the deprivation challenge: Are we about to widen the gap? The newly emerging primary care networks provide an opportunity to tackle health inequalities in England but, as Rebecca Fisher and Beccy Baird explain, they will have to be careful to avoid perpetuating the problem. Paid event Primary care networks: delivering integrated services at a neighbourhood level Blog Primary care networks and the NHS long-term plan: the new player on the pitch Richard Murray considers the role primary care networks are meant to play in alleviating workforce pressures, linking general practice with integrated care systems and improving population health.