Danish Lundbeck heads a new EU-backed research project to use wearables in the treatment of depression.
On April 25-26, 2016, a Swedish delegation visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to find inspiration and learn from Danish experts in assisted living technology, concept development, and implementation.
A Danish nursing home experiences positive effects on both residents and employees from using ergonomic circadian light installations.
A new blood-sorting robot installed at North Zealand Hospital in Hillerød and developed by Danish company Gibotech gets attention from international visitors.
A Danish biotech company has developed a new test to screen for abnormalities at an early stage of the pregnancy by means of a maternal blood sample.
A new app-based solution enables psychiatric patients to easily share information on their current mental wellbeing with their contact person.
On April 14-15, 2016, a delegation from Ireland visited Denmark on a two-day study trip to learn about Danish experiences within social care and mental health.
The Latvian Minister of Health, Dr. Guntis Belēvičs, visited Denmark for three days on April 12-14, 2016 looking to learn about Danish experiences with restructuring the healthcare sector.
A delegation of high-level decision makers from the university hospital in Tours, France, visited Aarhus and Odense on April 11-14, 2016 on a four-day study trip to Denmark.
In 2015, people in need of psychiatric treatment waited on average 25 days from referral to their first contact with the hospital.