PodChatLive is a regular Facebook live chat for the continuing professional education and progression of Podiatry practitioners and other health professionals which can be interested in the topics they go over. After the Facebook and then it is afterwards transferred to YouTube and so a bigger audience have access to it. Each and every livestream carries a different person or group of guests to discuss a different topic every time. Problems are answered to live by the hosts and guests whilst in the livestream on Facebook. You will find an audio version of every livestream located on iTunes and Spotify and additional common podcast platforms. They've gained a big following that is increasing. PodChatLive is considered as one of the strategies podiatry practitioners can get ongoing continuing learning hours.
Among the earlier shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined the two hosts to dicuss everything X-Ray. They spoke of just how do you get started in requesting x-rays from a legal standpoint and whenever is requesting an X-Ray correct? They also considered exactly what views needs to be typically asked for and exactly why particular views really should be obtained. Ryan McCallum carried out his undergraduate degree in Podiatry from the University of Ulster after which worked inside the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. Ryan then undertook his post graduate training in Glasgow and Edinburgh previous to transferring to London where Ryan commenced his surgical education at West Middlesx University Hospital. Ryan also holds a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon position at Homerton University Hospital and divides his National Health Service role in between the 2 hospitals. Ryan is active in the teaching and training of junior colleagues and has lectured widely throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national meetings and local conferences in addition to postgraduate and undergrad university programs. He is an elected member of the board of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is also the present co-chair for the Directorates annual meeting.