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Is an academic career a viabel option for Podiatrists?

There is a frequent livestream video talk show known as PodChatLive which is for the continuing learning of Podiatry practitioners together with other clinical professions that might be interested in podiatry and the feet. It goes live on Facebook after which is later edited and downloaded to YouTube for longer term watching. Every livestream features a different guest or number of guests to discuss a different issue each week. Problems have been answered live by the hosts and the guests through the chat on the live episode on Facebook. Additionally, there's a PodCast version of every single livestream found on iTunes along with Spotify and the other common podcast providers. They've developed a significant following that is growing. PodChatLive can be considered the best way by which podiatry practitioners could get free training points or continuing medical education credits (CME's).

.There is lots of interest in the show from podiatry academics where there have been several guests on the stream who hold university positions. Among the early guests was, Emma Cowley and this turned out to be an increasingly popular livestream and was top for a while in getting the most views on YouTube. In that show Emma talked about what university life is about for a podiatrist, especially for those who're thinking about this as a career option. Emma discussed precisely how she juggles her educational career, researching for her own PhD and how she manages still to do and enjoy some private clinical practice work. She gave the viewers insight in just what it is like for undergraduate students these days, mainly in the framework of social media and the way they may be used to enhance a students learning. She discussed what her favourite paper of 2017 had been and how vibrant the long run for Podiatric meetings is looking. There was also quite a conversation about all the different logical misconceptions thrown in too.