PodChatLive is the regular live talk show for the regular learning of Podiatrists and various other health professionals and doctors that might be curious about the podiatry along with related issues. The show goes out live on Facebook and after that will be at a later time revised and then added to YouTube to get a different audience. Each live show includes a different guest or group of guests to talk about a special topic every time. Questions have been answered live by the hosts and guests while in the live on Facebook which might get quite active. There's also an audio PodCast edition that is recorded of each livestream that's available on iTunes as well as Spotify and other common podcast resources through the AnchorFM system. They have attained a considerable following which will keep developing on all the various platforms that it's obtainable on. It is certainly one of many options by which podiatry practitioners will get free and continuing professional development credits or hours that many places demand they have got intended for ongoing licensing.
One of the variety of subjects which were talked about, among the earlier episodes that turned out to be highly regarded had been one with Cylie Williams PhD who is a podiatrist in clinical practice in Melbourne in Australia as well as the Allied Health Research Lead, at Peninsula Health and NHMRC ECF Health Professional Research Fellow at Monash University. She runs an internet training and coaching system for Podiatrists focused on paediatrics. In this episode Cylie reviewed a wide range of related ideas with the hosts for example the collaborative Great Foundations venture she is now associated with with collaborators in a number of different countries on childrens foot problems. Cylie provided us her top 3 clinical gems when seeing and assessing a paediatric patient to ensure that absolutely nothing is missed. The show also chatted about plenty of principles around the idea of research interpretation, which is how esoteric scholastic research can be made highly relevant to daily clinical practice.