PodChatLive is a regular Facebook live chat for your ongoing professional training and development of Podiatrists and also other health care professionals that may be interested in the themes they cover. After the Facebook and then it is afterwards transferred to YouTube and so a larger target audience have access to this. Each stream has a different person or selection of experts to discuss a distinct issue each time. Thoughts are usually responded to live by the hosts and guests within the livestream on Facebook. There's even a PodCast recording of every live on iTunes and Spotify and the other well-known podcast providers. They've gained a huge following that is increasing. PodChatLive is undoubtedly one of the ways that podiatry practitioners could possibly get ongoing continuing education credits.
Among the previous shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined the two hosts to dicuss all things X-Ray. They reviewed just how do you get started in ordering x-rays from the lawful perspective and whenever is ordering an X-Ray appropriate? Additionally they considered what views should be generally asked for and why particular views should be used. Ryan McCallum carried out his undergraduate qualification in Podiatry in the University of Ulster and after that worked within the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. He then commenced his post graduate training in Glasgow and Edinburgh just before transferring to London where he commenced his surgical education at West Middlesx University Hospital. Ryan additionally retains a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon position at Homerton University Hospital and splits his NHS duties between the two hospitals. He is active in the educating and guidance of junior peers and has lectured extensively through the United Kingdom and Ireland at national meetings and local events as well as postgrad and undergrad university courses. He is an elected part of the board with the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is also the current co-chair of the Directorates yearly conference.