PodChatLive is a recurring Facebook live chat for your ongoing professional training and development of Podiatry practitioners and also other health care professionals that could be interested in the topics they cover. Following the Facebook and then is later on transferred to YouTube so a bigger audience have access to the episodes. Each and every livestream has a different person or selection of experts to talk about a distinct topic every time. Questions usually are answered to live by the hosts and experts while in the live on Facebook. There's even an audio recording of every livestream on Spofity and iTunes and additional typical podcast websites. They've acquired a large following which is growing. PodChatLive is recognized as one of the many ways that podiatrists can get ongoing continuing learning points.
One of the previous episodes was with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined up with the 2 hosts to dicuss everything X-Ray. They outlined how can you begin requesting x-rays from a legal viewpoint and whenever is seeking an X-Ray acceptable? In addition they considered what views should be typically asked for and the reason why particular views ought to be obtained. Ryan McCallum gained his undergraduate qualification in Podiatry from the University of Ulster and after that worked within the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. He then started his post graduate education in Glasgow and Edinburgh just before moving to London where Ryan started his surgical training at West Middlesx University Hospital. He additionally has a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon post at Homerton University Hospital and divides his National Health Service responsibilities in between the two hospitals. He is involved in the educating and guidance of junior co-workers and has lectured broadly throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national meetings and local meetings as well as postgrad and undergraduate university programs. Ryan is an elected part of the board with the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is the current co-chair of the Directorates yearly meeting.