PodChatLive is a regular livestream chat for the regular education of Podiatry practitioners and various other health care professionals and doctors that might be interested in the foot along with associated topics. The livestream goes out live on Facebook and after that is at a later date revised and then uploaded to YouTube to get a wider audience. Each live episode consists of a different guest or group of guests to discuss a particular subject every time. Problems are answered live by the hosts and guests through the livestream on Facebook that can get quite active. There is also an audio PodCast edition that is recorded of each instance that is available on iTunes and also Spotify and the other typical podcast resources via the AnchorFM platform. They have obtained a considerable following which will keep developing on all the different systems that it is available upon. It is considered as one of several approaches through which podiatry practitioners can get free and ongoing professional development points or hours a large number of countries demand they have with regard to ongoing registration.
One of the assortment of subject areas that had been discussed, one of the earlier episodes which turned out to be quite popular was one with Cylie Williams PhD who's a podiatrist in clinical practice in Melbourne in Australia along with the Allied Health Research Lead, at Peninsula Health and NHMRC ECF Health Professional Research Fellow at Monash University. She runs a web-based education and learning and mentoring program for Podiatrists focused on paediatric patient. In this livestream Cylie reviewed an array of relevant topics with the hosts for example the collaborative Great Foundations project she is now included in with collaborators in numerous different nations. Cylie offered us her top three clinical pearls when looking at and examining a paediatrics to make sure that absolutely nothing is overlooked. The livestream also chatted about lots of guidelines around the reasoning behind research translation, which can be how esoteric academic research can be made strongly related daily clinical work.