PodChatLive is a regular livestream talk show for the ongoing learning of Podiatry practitioners and various other health care professionals and doctors that may be curious about the feet as well as associated topics. The stream goes out live on Facebook and after that will be later on edited and then transferred to YouTube for a bigger audience. Each livestream show consists of a different guest or group of guests to speak about a unique theme each and every time. Inquiries are answered live by the hosts and guests through the livestream on Facebook that may get quite active. There is also an audio PodCast version which is taped of each livestream that can be found on iTunes as well as Spotify and the other typical podcast resources via the AnchorFM system. They already have gained a considerable following which will keep thriving on all the various websites that it's obtainable upon. It is considered one of several means by which podiatry practitioners can get no cost and ongoing professional development points or time that many places require they have for ongoing registration.
Among the number of subjects which has been talked about on PodChatLive,an early one that proved to be increasingly popular was one with Cylie Williams PhD who is a podiatrist in clinical practice in Melbourne in Australia and the Allied Health Research Lead, at Peninsula Health and NHMRC ECF Health Professional Research Fellow at Monash University. Cylie offers a web-based learning and coaching program for Podiatrists focused on paediatrics. In this livestream Cylie reviewed a variety of related topics with the hosts such as the collaborative Great Foundations undertaking she's now involved in with collaborators in several different places. She offered us her top 3 clinical pearls when looking at and examining a paediatric patient to ensure that there is nothing overlooked. The episode also chatted about a lot of principles about the knowledge of research translation, which can be how esoteric academic research can be made connected to daily clinical work.