Only the following companies, licensed by Cambridge University, may offer a commercial service for the analysis and reporting of GPAQ. For these services, please contact one of the following companies:
Licensed provider since 2002. We offer a low cost, fast, analysis service for all versions of GPAQ. We also offer data entry, and an analysis service for the GMC patient and colleague surveys.
We are very flexible and can produce just the reports you need. We can produce individual reports for appraisal/revalidation. For the practice as a whole, we give you a suite of reports: a one page summary, a straightforward full report, and a report giving a breakdown of male/female and over/under 45s. We e-mail reports to you as pdfs, a format suitable for uploading to your website within a couple of days after data entry is completed and checked.
You can see samples of reports, and download our FREE templates both for additional questions, and for data entry
(if you wish to arrange data entry in house) from our website.
Denis Welch Associates E-mail Denis
DWA are one of the UK’s largest GPAQ (General Practice Assessment Questionnaire) Survey operators and are one of the NPCRDC’s original licensees.
DWA have a proven track record as one the UKs leading suppliers of GPAQ surveys. Over the past 7 years we have worked hard to provide competitive prices, meaningful insights and a flexible approach to your patient surveys.
- Approved GPAQ supplier since 2004
- 95% of our clients return to us, not just once but year after year.
- More than 600,000 patients surveyed over the last 6 years
- Collect, analyse and produce reports within 2 weeks.
Health Services Consumer Research (Australia and New Zealand)
A licensed provider since 2005, HSCR is the only New Zealand survey research organisation specialising exclusively in the healthcare sector. The database of the New Zealand version of the GPAQ presently contains data from a large number of PHOs, among which Compass Health, Langimalie Tongan Society, Nelson Bays Primary Health, ProCare Health (all divisions), Rural Canterbury PHO and South Seas Healthcare.
Because of its widespread use, the NZGPAQ is now also available in Maori, Samoan, Tongan, Chinese and Thai languages. The NZGPAQ has been approved by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners for the Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) CQI purposes and can be used in the accreditation process.