Sing to me of the physician, Muse,
the physician of twists and turns.

Discover Clinical Odyssey and make medicine fun.

Interactive stories for clinical practice

Clinical Odyssey is an evidence-based online simulation learning system,
a new way of improving the clinical acumen of medical students and professionals.

Improve skills without harming real patients.

Reinforce knowledge alone, or with others.

Learn anytime, anywhere, and at any pace.

Learn more and faster with an effective game structure.

Access over 600 different stories, and counting.

Find relevant, up-to-date, and accurate information.

Rely on content peer reviewed by specialists.

Have fun learning, one bite-sized session at a time.

Improve skills without harming real patients.


Reinforce knowledge alone, or with others.


Learn anytime, anywhere, and at any pace.


Learn more and faster with an effective game structure.


Access over 600 different stories, and counting.


Find relevant, up-to-date, and accurate information.


Rely on content peer reviewed by specialists.


Have fun learning, one bite-sized session at a time.


Different story formats for different learning styles


Valuable support resources for better learning

Content evaluated by independent peer reviewers

Content evaluated by independent peer reviewers

Every case study, scenario and reference article available in Clinical Odyssey is carefully reviewed by the MJ International Medical Board (IMB). IMB members are experienced specialists accredited by the governing body in their country of practice, or senior specialist trainees enrolled in a fully accredited program.

Downloaded by

6,500,000+

medical students and physicians

Chosen by

70+

medical schools and university libraries

Mentioned by

30+

peer reviewed publications

Success stories worldwide

The National League for Nursing (NLN) offers new educational opportunities to its members

The NLN continues to enhance its educational services by adding Clinical Odyssey to its list of recommended tools. With more than 40,000 individual and 1,200 institutional members, the NLN supports the U.S. national healthcare system by strengthening nurse practitioners’ clinical skills across all specialties.

The Oxford Handbook for Medical School helps students worldwide thrive through college

Oxford University Press and Drs. Sugand, Berry, Yusuf, Janjua and Bird offer a trove of tips for excelling at school. Among their recommendations is Prognosis: Your Diagnosis, listed 3rd in its top ten apps for medical students. Prognosis “makes learning easier and smarter, more mobile and convenient, for medical students.”

The Marília Medical School of Brazil offers new technological resources to its medical students

FAMEMA faculty point to Prognosis: Your Diagnosis as their preferred clinical skills development app for students in their program’s Adult Health II and Maternal-Infant II stages. By doing so, instructors seek to train doctors capable of identifying their communities’ health needs, alleviating suffering and carrying out prevention effectively.