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Have you considered an academic career?

There's a frequent livestream video talk show called PodChatLive that's for the regular teaching of Podiatrists as well as other clinical professionals that may be interested in podiatry and the feet. The stream is live on Facebook after which it is later on edited and uploaded to YouTube for longer term viewing. Every livestream comes with a different guest or number of guests to discuss a different subject each week. Queries have been answered live by the hosts and the guests during the chat on the live episode on Facebook. Furthermore, there is a PodCast recording of every single show found on iTunes as well as Spotify and the other common podcast portals. They've created a substantial following which keeps growing. PodChatLive may very well be one of many ways through which podiatry practitioners might get free continuing education points or continuing medical education credits (CME's).

.There is lots of interest in the stream from podiatry teachers and there have been several guests on the stream who hold academic posts. One of the early guests was, Emma Cowley and this turned out to be a very popular livestream and it was leading for a while in getting the most views on YouTube. In this livestream Emma talked about what educational life is like for a podiatrist, especially for those who're thinking about this being a career option. Emma talked about how she mixes her educational career, studying for her own PhD and how she handles still to do and have some private clinical practice business. Emma gave the audience insight in what it is like for undergrad students today, mainly in the framework of social media and just how they are often used to improve a students studying. She described what her favourite paper of 2017 had been and how good the future for Podiatric meetings is looking. There is also a significant conversation about all of the different logical misconceptions thrown in as well.