Danish research project receives EU funding of €1.5 million to strengthen research into multi-morbidity treatment.
In close collaboration with people with dementia, relatives and healthcare professionals, researchers from the Danish Dementia Research Centre have developed a new app, which supports the memory and provides an overview of daily life.
For the third year in a row, the European Innovation Scoreboard rates Denmark as the second most innovative country in the EU.
On June 25-27, 2018, a delegation of directors from all over Germany visited Copenhagen, Odense, and Aarhus, Denmark, to explore Danish healthcare innovation.
On June 25-26, 2018, a high-level Polish delegation from the National Health Fund visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to learn more about Danish experiences and strategies within outpatient treatment and care.
The French TV channel France2 presents Aarhus University Hospital (AUH) as a pioneer within the field of hospitals in connection with an upcoming French hospital reform.
On June 18-21, 2018, a delegation from Ageing Asia, who was on a Scandinavia tour, visited Aalborg and Copenhagen, Denmark, to find inspiration in the Danish approach to the challenges of an increasing ageing population.
On June 18-20, 2018, an Israeli delegation with top-level representatives from ministries within the Israeli healthcare sector visited Copenhagen and Svendborg, Denmark, to learn more about the innovative solutions in Danish elder care.
On June 13, 2018, a Norwegian delegation of directors from Sunnaas Hospital visited Aarhus, Denmark, to experience and find inspiration in Danish hospital construction and healing architecture.
On June 6-9, 2018, a high-level French delegation of hospital directors from the think tank GRAPH visited Copenhagen, Denmark, to learn more about Danish experiences and strategies within hospital transformation and digitization.