OSCE Stations

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OSCE practice made easy with over 900 practice stations

The Geeky Medics bank of 900+Β OSCE stations provides everything you need to practise your clinical skills and prepare for your OSCEs.

Each station includes the following 3 components:

  • Student instructions (the brief before beginning a station)
  • Patient script (explaining the symptoms/signs the patient should report/demonstrate)
  • Examiner checklist (an interactive checklist of the key points to assess the student)

Our collection of OSCE cases includes a wide variety of station types including:

  • Clinical examination (e.g. cardiovascular examination)
  • Procedures (e.g. intravenous cannulation)
  • Communication skills (e.g. history taking, counselling)
  • Data interpretation (e.g. ECG, CXR, AXR, ABG, CTG, TFT)
  • Emergency assessment (ABCDE simulation-style scenarios)
    OSCE Stations - OSCE Practice
    Examples of our OSCE stations

OSCE stations with mark schemes and answers

Each OSCE station comes with relevant questions covering key learning points such as further investigations, differential diagnosis, management and complications.

Ideal for students of all stages

Our OSCE bank (a.k.a. OSCE cases) is ideal for students at all stages of training, including those wanting to practice OSCE stations for medical finals. We also provide free sample OSCE stations for all of the station types.

New: AI virtual patients

Enhance your OSCE practice with our collection of virtual patients, available as part of ourΒ OSCE StationsΒ subscription.Β 

Our advancedΒ AI technologyΒ lets you chat naturally with our range ofΒ simulated patientsΒ to practice yourΒ history takingΒ andΒ clinical reasoning skills.Β 

You can chat with our virtual patientsΒ anytime, letting you practice OSCEs on the go. You can choose to interact byΒ typingΒ orΒ speaking, with support for multiple languages includingΒ French, Spanish, German and Portuguese.

AI history taking example

Try our free trial collection of simulated patients, and let us know how you do!Β 

Easily create a mock OSCE circuit for FREE

You can use our software to build and run a mock OSCE easily by choosing from our selection of high-quality mock stations and any you’ve created yourself using our intuitive OSCE Creator Tool.Β 

Simply create a circuit by tapping the ‘Add to circuit’ button on the stations you want to include in the mock OSCE circuit and then share this with those who want to participate.

You can then use our ‘Group Study Mode’ to assign rolesΒ (e.g. student, examiner, patient) for each station easily using a PIN.

We’ve produced a brief video showing you how you can create your own OSCE stations and then organise them into circuits to share with others. πŸ™‚


How do I prepare for my OSCEs?

The key to OSCE preparation is practice! Our OSCE stations make that easy by providing everything you need, including student, patient and examiner instructions andΒ the answers to commonly asked viva questions.

Student instructions

The student instructions outline what the person playing the student role will be expected to demonstrate in the station (e.g. “A 41-year-old man has presented for assessment. His presenting complaint is severe back pain. Please take a history, suggest appropriate systems to examine and further investigations to perform.”).

Patient instructions/script

The patient instructions provide a detailed script, allowing the person playing the patient to convey a realistic clinical presentation, including example phrases and advice on what information they should hold back unless directly asked, just like in your real OSCE.Β 

Examiner instructions

The examiner instructions provide the person playing the assessor role with an adjustable timer and a detailed checklist of the key points expected to be covered in the OSCE station. In addition, the checklist contains a list of further questions the examiner can ask the student at the end of the station, helping you to improve your knowledge of the condition.Β 

OSCE Station Example
OSCE station overview example

OSCE group study mode

You can also use our software to study as a group easily by sharing a PIN with friends and assigning them their relevant roles (e.g. examiner, patient, student).

OSCE group study practice
OSCE group study practice

Let us match you with someone for OSCE practice

You can even find another student to practice with using our OSCE matching mode! With just a single click/tap, you’ll be matched with another geeky medic, allowing you to chat via audio and decide what station you want to practice. πŸ™‚

Alternatively, you can join our community chat server and coordinate a group session with some fellow Geeky Medics. πŸ™Œ

We’ll search & match you with another user

OSCE performance analysis

The Geeky Medics platform also allows you to gain key insights into your strengths and weaknesses and track your performance over time, including:

  • Overall score
  • Detailed data on key points you missed
  • Duration of each station attempt

This is one of our OSCE stations’ key advantages over OSCE station PDFs, helping you target the areas you find most challenging.Β 

Try out the OSCE Stations and let us know what you think! πŸ™‚
OSCE Stations
OSCE station summary example

Create your own OSCE stations

You can also create your own bank of OSCE stations for free using our ‘OSCE Station Creator‘ and then share them with others.

You can learn more about our OSCE Station Creator here.


 

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