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What is an academic career like?



There is a regular livestream video talk show known as PodChatLive that's for the regular teaching of Podiatry practitioners and also other clinical disciplines that might be interested in podiatry and the feet. The show is live on Facebook after which is later edited and uploaded to YouTube for longer term viewing. Every live show features a different person or group of guests to share with you some other theme each month. Questions are answered live by the hosts and the guests during the chat on the live event on Facebook. Furthermore, there's a PodCast recording of every single episode found on iTunes as well as Spotify and the other popular podcast portals. They have developed a sizeable following which is growing. PodChatLive can be considered a good way through which podiatry practitioners may get free continuing education points or continuing medical education credits (CME's).

.There is lots of curiosity in the stream from podiatry academics and there have already been quite a few guests on the show who hold university posts. One of the early guests was, Emma Cowley and this proved to be a well liked episode and it was top for a while in obtaining the most views on YouTube. In this episode Emma described what university life is about for a podiatrist, particularly for those who are thinking of that as a career choice. She discussed just how she mixes her university career, studying for her own PhD and just how she deals with still to do and have some private clinical practice work. Emma provided the viewers insight in just what it is like for undergraduate students today, especially in the framework of social media and the way they can be employed to improve a students studying. She discussed what her favourite publication of 2017 was and also how bright the long run for Podiatric conferences is looking. There was also a significant conversation about all of the different logical misconceptions thrown in as well.