PodChatLive is a recurring Facebook live chat for your continuing professional learning and progression of Podiatry practitioners as well as other health professionals that can be interested in the topics they go over. Following the Facebook and then it is later on submitted to YouTube hence a larger target audience have access to it. Each livestream features a different expert or group of experts to discuss some other issue every time. Problems are responded to live by the hosts and experts while in the livestream on Facebook. There's even an audio recording of every live offered on Spofity and iTunes and additional well-known podcast platforms. They have got gained a huge following that is growing. PodChatLive is considered as among the many methods podiatrists are able to get free continuing education hours.
On the list of earlier episodes was with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined up with the 2 hosts to dicuss all things X-Ray. They talked about how can you get started in asking for them from a lawful viewpoint and whenever is requesting an X-Ray proper? In addition they considered just what views ought to be normally asked for and the reason specific views should be used. Ryan McCallum finished his undergraduate degree in Podiatry from the University of Ulster after which worked within the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. He then undertook his post grad training in Glasgow and Edinburgh ahead of moving to London where he commenced his surgery training at West Middle University Hospital. He additionally retains a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon position at Homerton University Hospital and divides his National Health Service responsibilities among the two hospitals. He is active in the educating and training of junior peers and has lectured widely throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national conventions and local conferences in addition to postgrad and undergrad university courses. Ryan McCallum is an elected member of the board of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is the latest co-chair of the Directorates annual seminar.