PodChatLive is the regular livestream chat designed and targeted for the ongoing learning of Podiatrists as well as other health care professionals and doctors that might be curious about podiatry related topics. The stream is broadcast live on Facebook and after that will be at a later date revised and then uploaded to YouTube to get a bigger audience. Each live episode features a different expert or group of guests to speak about a particular topic each and every time. Queries have been answered live by the hosts and their guests while in the livestream on Facebook that can get quite active. There’s also an audio PodCast version which is recorded of each instance which can be found on iTunes and also Spotify and the other typical podcast resources with the AnchorFM platform. They already have gained a substantial following which keeps thriving on all of the different platforms that it is available upon. It is regarded as one of many strategies by which podiatrists will get free and continuing professional development credits or hours that many countries demand they have got with regard to continuing registration.
Among the assortment of subject areas that had been reviewed by PodChatLive the one which proved to be very popular has been one with Cylie Williams PhD who’s a podiatrist in clinical practice in Melbourne in Australia and the Allied Health Research Lead, at Peninsula Health and NHMRC ECF Health Professional Research Fellow at Monash University. Cylie offers an online education and coaching system for Podiatrists focused on paediatrics. In this stream Cylie talked about a variety of linked topics with the hosts for example the collaborative Great Foundations venture she is now associated with with collaborators in several different countries. Cylie offered us her top three clinical gems when looking at and assessing a paediatric client to ensure that there is nothing missed. The show also talked about lots of concepts about the thought of research interpretation, which can be how esoteric academic research can be made strongly related daily clinical practice.