PodChatLive is a regular livestream chat for the ongoing education of Podiatry practitioners as well as other health care professionals and doctors that could be curious about the podiatry and associated issues. The stream is broadcast live on Facebook and then is at a later date revised and then submitted to YouTube for a wider audience. Every livestream show incorporates a different guest or group of guests to talk about a distinctive topic each time. Requests are answered live by the hosts and their guests while in the live on Facebook which could get quite active. Addititionally there is an audio PodCast edition which is taped of each episode which can be found on iTunes and also Spotify and other typical podcast resources through the AnchorFM platform. They have obtained a substantial following which will keep developing on all the various systems that it is obtainable on. It is recognized as one of many options through which podiatrists can get free and continuing professional development points or time that many places demand they have intended for ongoing licensing.
One of the assortment of themes which has been talked about, among the earlier livestreams that proved to be quite popular has been one with Cylie Williams PhD who's a podiatrist in clinical practice in Melbourne, Australia as well as the Allied Health Research Lead, at Peninsula Health and NHMRC ECF Health Professional Research Fellow at Monash University. Cylie offers an online education and mentoring program for Podiatrists serious about paediatrics. In this show Cylie discussed a variety of related ideas with the hosts such as the collaborative Great Foundations undertaking she is now included in with collaborators in many different countries. She offered us her top three clinical pearls when seeing and assessing a paediatric client to make sure that there is nothing neglected. The livestream also talked about a lot of concepts about the concept of research translation, which is how esoteric academic research can be made highly relevant to everyday clinical work.