More about the inquiry
Find out why we commissioned this inquiry, who was on the inquiry panel and what we hoped to achieve.
- About the inquiry
- Read Key findings for GPs
- Frequently asked questions about the inquiry
- The inquiry panel
Read the supporting research and discussion papers, commissioned for this inquiry.
Dimensions of care
- Access to care
- Clinical leadership
- Commissioning and general practice
- Continuity of care
- Diagnosis and referral
- End-of-life care
- Health promotion
- Maternity care in general practice
- Patient engagement and involvement
- Prescribing and prescriptions management
- The management of acute illness
- The management of long-term conditions
- The therapeutic relationship
GP Inquiry report launch
The final report from this inquiry was launched at an event held at The King's Fund in March 2011. Below you will hear about the key findings of the report and see responses from Jeremy Taylor, National Voices, and Nigel Mathers, Royal College of General Practitioners.
Further insight into the report findings
- Sir Ian Kennedy on the report
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.
- Nick Goodwin on the key findings
Nick Goodwin, project director for the independent Inquiry into the Quality of General Practice in England, discusses the main findings in this audio slideshow.