PodChatLive is the regular livestream talk show for the ongoing education of Podiatry practitioners and various other health care professionals and doctors that could be interested in the podiatry along with related issues. The show is broadcast live on Facebook and then will be at a later time edited and then added to YouTube to get a different audience. Each livestream episode has a different guest or number of guests to speak about a unique subject each time. Problems are answered live by the hosts and their guests throughout the live on Facebook which can get quite lively. Addititionally there is an audio PodCast edition that is taped of each instance that can be found on iTunes and also Spotify and the other typical podcast resources via the AnchorFM system. They already have accumulated a substantial following which keeps growing on all the various websites that it's available on. It is considered one of many means by which podiatry practitioners can get no cost and ongoing professional development credits or hours that many places require they have got for continuing registration.

One of the assortment of themes which have been talked about, among the early on episodes which proved to be increasingly popular was one with Cylie Williams PhD who is 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. Cylie offers a web-based training and coaching program for Podiatrists keen on paediatrics. In this episode Cylie reviewed a wide range of relevant themes with the hosts such as the collaborative Great Foundations venture she is now associated with with collaborators in a number of different nations. Cylie gave us her top 3 clinical pearls when looking at and evaluating a paediatric patient in order that nothing is overlooked. The stream also talked about a lot of key points round the perception of research interpretation, which can be how esoteric academic research can be made strongly related daily clinical work.