PodChatLive is a frequent Facebook livestream for your continuing professional education and progression of Podiatry practitioners as well as other health professionals that may be interested in the themes they go over. Following the Facebook and then it is afterwards transferred to YouTube hence a larger audience have access to it. Each show has a different person or selection of guests to talk about a distinct issue each time. Problems usually are replied to live by the hosts and guests within the live on Facebook. There's even an audio recording of each livestream on Spofity and iTunes and the other popular podcast sites. They've gained a big following that is growing. PodChatLive is considered as one of the strategies podiatry practitioners can get ongoing continuing learning points.
One of the previous shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined the 2 hosts to dicuss all things X-Ray. They spoke of how do you begin asking for x-rays from a lawful point of view and when is requesting an X-Ray correct? In addition they considered what views needs to be typically asked for and why certain views ought to be obtained. Ryan McCallum carried out his undergraduate degree in Podiatry from the University of Ulster after which worked within the National Health Service and private practice in Northern Ireland. Ryan then undertook his post graduate education in Edinburgh and Glasgow just before transferring to London where he started his surgery education at West Middlesx University Hospital. Ryan additionally holds a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon post at Homerton University Hospital and splits his NHS role in between the two hospitals. He is involved in the educating and training of junior peers and has lectured broadly through the United Kingdom and Ireland at national meetings and local meetings in addition to postgrad and undergrad university programs. Ryan McCallum is an elected person in the board of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is the latest co-chair of the Directorates yearly seminar.