From 25th to 28th May 2009 the group of Danish Nurse Educators pictured below visited Scotland on a study tour. Dr Linda Schumann Scheel, the leader of the group had made a previous visit to Strathclyde University ten years ago to meet with Steve Bell to explore the use of Storyline as an approach to learning and teaching in the training of student nurses in Sonderborg Hospital in Southern Jutland. On that occasion she was accompanied by three tutors from the training centre. On this visit she brought a group of four friends who are all linked by their common interest and enthusiasm for nursing at a senior level but who are engaged in very different aspects of care within the Health Service in Denmark. During their visit they attended a one-day Storyline Seminar given by Sallie Harkness & Steve Bell, visited Kinnaird Primary School in Falkirk District to see Storyline in action and also spent time at the Caledonia University in Glasgow to explore the Nurse Education programme there. Since their return to Denmark they have been busily engaged in writing about their experiences and in discussing how they may develop Storyline for their purposes.
Back row: Alice Meng, Steve Bell, Linda Schumann Scheel, Edel Thomsen In front: Bente Reggelsen, Merete Værge