PodChatLive is a frequent Facebook live chat for the continuing professional education and development of Podiatry practitioners and also other health care professionals which can be interested in the themes they go over. After the Facebook and then is afterwards published to YouTube hence a bigger target audience can access this. Each and every stream includes a different expert or number of guests to talk about some other issue each time. Thoughts usually are responded to live by the hosts and guests within the live on Facebook. There's even an audio version of every livestream located on Spofity and iTunes and additional well-known podcast resources. They have got gained a huge following that is growing. PodChatLive is recognized as one of the methods podiatry practitioners can get free continuing learning credits.

One of the earlier shows has been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined up with the 2 hosts to talk everything X-Ray. They brought up how can you start ordering x-rays from the legal standpoint and whenever is seeking an X-Ray acceptable? Additionally they considered what views should be usually requested and why particular views needs to be used. Ryan McCallum gained his undergraduate qualification in Podiatry from the University of Ulster after which worked inside the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. He then undertook his post graduate training in Glasgow and Edinburgh prior to transferring to London where Ryan started his surgery training at West Middlesx University Hospital. He also retains a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon position at Homerton University Hospital and divides his NHS duties between the two hospitals. Ryan is active in the teaching and guidance of junior peers and has lectured widely throughout the UK and Ireland at national seminars and local meetings along with postgraduate and undergrad university courses. Ryan is an elected member of the committee of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is also the current co-chair of the Directorates yearly conference.