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OSCE Guides vs OSCE Stations

This article explains the difference between OSCE Guides and OSCE Stations.

OSCE Guides

OSCE guides are step-by-step instructional guides for each clinical skill. These are used to review how to perform a skill and usually include step-by-step images and a video demonstration.

Our OSCE guides are available for free on and include advertising. All of our OSCE guide videos are also available for free via our YouTube channel.

Mobile app OSCE guides

Our OSCE guides are available for offline use (with no ads) via our mobile apps as a paid product. To purchase offline mobile app access, download the Geeky Medics app and follow the instructions.

OSCE Stations

OSCE stations are pre-made scenarios for specific clinical skills, allowing you to put what you've learned using our OSCE guides into practice. We now have over 1300 scenarios for you to choose from.

You can purchase 12-months access to our collection of OSCE stations via our website, either as a standalone product or as part of a bundle that includes other resources (including OSCE guides mentioned above):
You can purchase OSCE stations as a standalone product here
You can purchase a bundle that includes OSCE stations and other products here

An example of some of our OSCE station scenarios

Updated on: 23/05/2024

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