TILT (see previous blog) has been running for a little over a week and so far so good.

We have had around 50 recorded instances of learning and crucially people have learnt from others. In other words they have seen someone elses recorded learning and reported they have learnt from that. Therefore, it appears that:

  • People will record their own learning.
  • People will allow the sharing of this learning.
  • Other people can learn from other people’s learning.

The pilot still has another 4(ish) weeks to run so we’ll see how things develop. After that a decision will need to be made about if we adopt TILT or not. If we do we’ll need to learn from those involved in the pilot. However, the biggest challenge will be scalability – if we have 10,000 doctors recording one item of learning per week that’s 500,000+ items per year. So, the issue of findability is vital. Thankfully, we have a number of ideas to help deal with this – if we proceed.

It’s not too late to volunteer to take part, let me know via jon.brassey@tripdatabase.com