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Here are all the news you need to stay updated on relevant issues and developments within Danish healthcare.


Medicine team helps psychiatric citizens with safe medication

Juni 02, 2016

A cross-disciplinary medicine team helps improve the medication of psychiatric patients.


Database to prevent post-transplant infections goes national

Juni 01, 2016

A collaboration at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen has resulted in a database that prevents post-transplant infections. Now the database launches nationally.

E-Health Service & Operational Solutions


New Danish robot helps users undress

Mai 31, 2016

A Danish start-up has developed a robot, which helps users undress when going to the toilet.

Rehab & Assisted Living


Danish hospital accredited as Clinical Cancer Centre

Mai 30, 2016

The Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI) has recently accredited Vejle hospital in Denmark as Clinical Cancer Centre.

Research


Special ambulance for babies employed in Denmark

Mai 24, 2016

A specially designed ambulance ensures safer transportation of critically ill babies.

Service & Operational Solutions


Sign language dictionary helps deaf students

Mai 23, 2016

A new Danish developed digital dictionary for sign language enables deaf students to share and search for difficult signs relating to their studies.

Service & Operational Solutions E-Health


Breakthrough for Danish IT solution in Finland

Mai 20, 2016

Danish company, MyClinic A/S, signs contract to supply efficient and advanced IT solution to municipal social and healthcare sectors in Finland.

E-Health


Healthcare DENMARK welcomes new partners

Mai 20, 2016

Healthcare DENMARK welcomes four new partners.


Danish robot to revolutionize lab workflows

Mai 19, 2016

A spin-off company from the IT University of Copenhagen has developed a robot for more flexible pipetting in labs.

Service & Operational Solutions Pharmaceuticals & Biotech


Denmark ups the fight for women's rights globally

Mai 18, 2016

Denmark donates €8.7 million ($9.8 million) to fight female circumcision, unsafe abortions, and forced marriages.

Grants & Funding