The Goodfellow Club now provides self-assessed case studies/quizzes for physiotherapists
Duncan Reid (Physiotherapist;
Head of the Division of Rehabilitation and Occupation Studies, Faculty of Health, AUT) contributed to the case studies.
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On completion of each case, participants can check their results and gain an RNZCGP
Maintenance of Professional Standards certificate from the site. This is a free
resource. The site content is being expanded to include continuing educational material
for other health professionals including pharmacists and audiologists.
New case study available:
Writing for the Goodfellow Club: MCQ resources:
Brigham Young University. (2001). 14 rules for
writing multiple-choice questions. 2001 Annual University Conference.
Burton, S., Sudweeks, R., Merrill, P., and Wood, B. (1991). How to prepare better multiple-choice test items: Guidelines for
university faculty. Brigham Young University Testing Services and the Department
of Instructional Science.
Collins, J. (2006). Education techniques for
lifelong learning: writing multiple-choice questions for continuing medical education
activities and self-assessment modules. RadioGraphics, 26(2), 543–551.
Writing for the Goodfellow Club assignment sample
Below is an example of a GFC writing
assignment for a postgraduate paper. This articulate presentation can be
modified for any class in primary care.
Example of a GFC writing
For more information on this project, contact Perrin Rowland on