About the inquiry
Read the final reportThe final report from this inquiry was published in March 2011.
Read the report: Improving the quality of care in general practice
Find out more about this project
Find out why we commissioned this inquiry, who was on the inquiry panel and what we hoped to achieve.
Read the supporting research and dicussion 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
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.
From the launch of the GP Inquiry report
- Sir Ian Kennedy introduces the final report
- Prof. Nigel Mathers responds to the final report
- Jeremy Taylor responds to the final report
Further insight into the report findings
We spoke to Nick Goodwin, the project director and Ian Kennedy about the key findings from this report.