inQuisit carries out original research, and uses the insights this provides to guide organisations to develop in new and inspired directions

Expertise in:

  • Medical professional regulation, training and development, healthcare governance and quality improvement
  • Strategy development and identifying opportunities for service improvement
  • Conducting reviews of frontline NHS services across the full spectrum of medical and surgical specialties
  • Utilising qualitative research methods (such as interviews, story telling, and stakeholder events) with clinical teams and healthcare leaders
  • Quantitative survey design, analysis and interpretation
  • Preparing publication-ready reports to high editorial and design standards.

Samples pages from A Question of Balance: the Extended Surgical Team report, for The Royal College of Surgeons of England:


Royal College of Surgeons of England. SAS Strategy: unlocking the potential 2023-2026. Publication pending.

NIHR. How can local authorities reduce obesity? Insights from NIHR research. 2022.

The Association of Surgeons in Training, Royal College of Surgeons of England. Technology enhanced surgical training: Future of surgery. 2022.

Royal College of Physicians. Learning from invited reviews: 2014 to 2021. 2022.

NHS Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group. Our health, our wellbeing, our place. Bexley Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2019 to 2023.

Royal College of Surgeons of England. Managing disruptive behaviours in surgery. A guide to good practice. 2021.

Royal College of Surgeons of England. Surgical Innovation, New Techniques and Technologies. Good Practice Guide. 2019.

Williams S. Professional standards for community pharmacy literature review. Royal Pharmaceutical Society. 2019.

Palmer B., Hemmings N., Rosen R., Keeble S., Williams, S., Paddison C., Imison C. Improving access and continuity in general practice. Nuffield Trust. 2018.

NHS Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group. Greenwich Commissioning Strategy – Transforming our health and social care system 2018 to 2022. 2018.

Royal College of Surgeons of England. A Question of Balance: the Extended Surgical Team. 2016.

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and British Veterinary Association. Vet Futures – Taking charge of our future: a vision for the veterinary profession for 2030. 2015.