PodChatLive is a frequent Facebook live chat for the ongoing professional training and progression of Podiatry practitioners and other health professionals that can be interested in the themes they go over. Following the Facebook live and then is later on transferred to YouTube so a bigger target audience can access the episodes. Each and every show includes a different person or selection of guests to talk about a distinct issue every time. Requests are generally answered to live by the hosts and experts whilst in the chat on Facebook. You will find a PodCast recording of every live available on Spofity and iTunes and the other well-known podcast resources. They have acquired a big following that is increasing. PodChatLive is recognized as one of many methods podiatrists are able to get ongoing continuing learning points.
Among the earlier shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined up with the 2 hosts to chat everything X-Ray. They spoke of just how do you get started in asking for x-rays from the lawful perspective and whenever is requesting an X-Ray correct? Additionally they considered exactly what views ought to be generally requested and exactly why particular views needs to be taken. Ryan McCallum completed his undergraduate qualification in Podiatry from the University of Ulster after which worked inside the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. Ryan then commenced his post grad education in Edinburgh and Glasgow previous to relocating to London where he started his surgical training at West Middlesx University Hospital. Ryan additionally retains a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon post at Homerton University Hospital and splits his NHS responsibilities in between the two hospitals. Ryan is involved in the teaching and training of junior peers and has lectured widely throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national seminars and local seminars in addition to postgrad and undergraduate university programmes. He is an elected part of the committee of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is the latest co-chair of the Directorates annual convention.