PodChatLive is the regular live stream for the continuing expert growth and development of Podiatry practitioners and other health care professionals that might be keen on the issues discussed. There are many ways for these practitioners to get updated on the latest thought and research and this livestrem is one of the fun ways to do it. The stream is streamed live on Facebook after which is later uploaded to YouTube after being edited and time wasting sections removed. Each live stream has a different guest or selection of guests to go over a different specialist topic each month. An array of issues get covered in great detail. Queries posted on Facebook are answered live by the hosts and their guests whilst in the live stream on the platform. There’s a audio version of each livestream presented on iTunes and Spotify and the other typical podcast sites that get uploaded after being edited. The audio versions are proving to be quite popular. They’ve created a considerable following which keeps increasing. PodChatLive is undoubtedly among the many ways by which podiatry practitioners could easily get free continuing education hours or credits that are needed in lots of countries to keep their professional registration.
After the first improvised and unplanned show from the lounge room after the hosts had a meal, the PodChatLive was streamed by the hosts to find out whether it might work. While using Zoom web conference system, Craig Payne was in Melbourne and Ian Griffiths was in England. They wanted to see if it may work. In this second stream, they talked about supination resistance, discussed 2D Vs 3D gait analysis and were asked who their must follow accounts have been on social media. It was successful. Following that successful epsiode they then went on to start getting guests on for each episode to discuss the topics in more detail.