PodChatLive is a recurring Facebook live chat for your continuing professional learning and progression of Podiatrists and also other health care professionals that may be interested in the themes they include. After the Facebook and then is afterwards submitted to YouTube and so a wider target audience have access to the episodes. Each show has a different person or selection of experts to talk about a different topic each time. Inquiries are generally replied to live by the hosts and experts whilst in the chat on Facebook. There's even an audio recording of each livestream on Spofity and iTunes and the other popular podcast sources. They have gained a big following that is increasing. PodChatLive is certainly one of the ways in which podiatry practitioners can get free continuing learning credits.
One of the earlier shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined the two hosts to dicuss all things X-Ray. They brought up just how do you begin ordering them from a legal standpoint and when is asking for an %LINK% correct? They also considered just what views really should be regularly ordered and precisely why certain views should be considered. Ryan McCallum completed his undergraduate degree in Podiatry from the University of Ulster and then worked inside the National Health Service and private practice in Northern Ireland. Ryan then commenced his post graduate training in Edinburgh and Glasgow ahead of transferring to London where Ryan began his surgery training at West Middlesx University Hospital. Ryan also has a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon post at Homerton University Hospital and splits his NHS responsibilities between the 2 hospitals. Ryan is active in the educating and training of junior co-workers and has lectured widely throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national conferences and local events in addition to postgraduate and undergrad university programs. Ryan is an elected member of the committee with the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is the current co-chair of the Directorates yearly meeting.