4 episodes

A series of podcasts exploring discussion, collaboration and team building between podiatrists and other healthcare professionals including orthotists, physiotherapists, orthopaedic surgeons and others, in the interests of our patients. This is a joint project produced by Orthopaedic Research UK, a charity aiming to advance understanding of musculoskeletal science & build a strong community of experts, in association with the Royal College of Podiatrists, the premier learned society for podiatrists in the UK.

Serial Casting Royal College of Podiatry and Orthopaedic Research UK

    • Health & Fitness

A series of podcasts exploring discussion, collaboration and team building between podiatrists and other healthcare professionals including orthotists, physiotherapists, orthopaedic surgeons and others, in the interests of our patients. This is a joint project produced by Orthopaedic Research UK, a charity aiming to advance understanding of musculoskeletal science & build a strong community of experts, in association with the Royal College of Podiatrists, the premier learned society for podiatrists in the UK.

    Entitled to your opinion? Consensus and how to get there....

    Entitled to your opinion? Consensus and how to get there....

    Dr Stewart Morrison, Senior Lecturer at King's College London, discusses how science is done these days to answer the key questions we all need answered. But how to change hearts and minds, challenge dearly held opinions, and get the message across is a different challenge! Stewart is a podiatrist turned academic with a particular focus on musculoskeletal problems in young people, and he is the guest speaker on the first webinar focusing on pes planus in children in the upcoming ORUK/RCPod virtual course on paediatric practice for podiatrists.
    Sign up here:
    ORUK / RCPod virtual course in paediatric practice for podiatrists | 12 June — 17 July 2023 — Orthopaedic Research UK

    • 29 min
    See one, do one, teach one...

    See one, do one, teach one...

    We talk to Ryan McCallum, Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Homerton Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust about surgical procedures, how to master them, how to teach them, and how we can collaborate and learn from each other. Ryan is our guest speaker on a webinar in the joint ORUK/RCPod virtual course on paediatric practice - sign up here:
    ORUK / RCPod virtual course in paediatric practice for podiatrists | 12 June — 17 July 2023 — Orthopaedic Research UK

    • 28 min
    Toe Walking in Children

    Toe Walking in Children

    Toe walking is a common and challenging problem in children, which requires a systematic and realistic approach. Join us as we discuss the causes and treatments with expert in the field Professor Cylie Williams, podiatrist, researcher and educator at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
    This podcast accompanies the free webinar from Orthopaedic Research UK in association with the Royal College of Podiatrists on March 6th 2023.

    • 29 min
    Bringing the team together

    Bringing the team together

    Specialist paediatric podiatrists Nina Davies and James Welch discuss the challenges and rewards of paediatric practice with children's orthopaedic surgeons Michalis Kokkinakis and Gavin Spence. In this first podcast of the series, we explore the differences between adult and children's conditions, the mutual need for multidisciplinary team-working, and how best to achieve that.
    On 9th January 2023, join Nina, James, Michalis and Gavin for a free live webinar on "growing pains" in children, as we discuss what causes them, how to treat them, and how to avoid missing the potentially serious causes:
    Free webinar: Growing pains – bringing the team together | 9 January 2023 — Orthopaedic Research UK (oruk.org)

    • 28 min

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