Recent news


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

Pēteris Zilgalvis as keynote speaker at WHINN 2015

August 21, 2015

On 21 October 2015, Pēteris Zilgalvis is keynote speaker at the joint opening session of the Hospital + Innovation Congress and the European Telemedicine Conference in Odense, Denmark.

Bussman Medical & Research opens test facility in Odense

August 18, 2015

The science park in Odense has been expanded with a modular operating room from the Dutch company, Bussman Medical & Research, for testing and innovation within hospital constructions.

Healthcare Buildings Research

Danish Minister of Health opens conferences at WHINN 2015

August 12, 2015

Danish Minister of Health, Sophie Løhde, is keynote speaker at the joint opening session of the Hospital + Innovation Congress and the European Telemedicine Conference during the week of WHINN 2015.

Early Bird reminder for the Hospital + Innovation Congress

August 11, 2015

Early Bird registration for the Hospital + Innovation Congress ends on August 15.

Denmark least corrupt country in EMEA

August 06, 2015

According to a survey from Ernst & Young, Denmark is the least corrupt country in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.


Modern hopscotch to strengthen balance of elderly

August 03, 2015

A collaboration between DTU (Technical University of Denmark) and Entertainment Robotics has resulted in a series of robot tiles to use for a modern hopscotch for rehabilitation of elderly and disabled.

Rehab & Assisted Living

Injection rooms save more than 300 lives

Juli 30, 2015

In Denmark, legal drug injection rooms have saved more than 300 lives according to figures from the Ministry of Health.

Reports & Numbers Denmark

Genetically modified yeast might help cholesterol patients

Juli 27, 2015

A new discovery in yeast paves the way for cheaper medicine for cholesterol patients.

Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Coffee not a factor in lifestyle diseases

Juli 23, 2015

Danish researchers have made a groundbreaking discovery using genes to study how coffee actually affects the body. The new research shows that coffee neither increases nor decreases the risk of lifestyle diseases.


Vitamin C might reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Juli 22, 2015

New research from University of Copenhagen and Herlev and Gentofte Hospital shows that high levels of vitamin C in the blood from consumption of fruits and vegetables are associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death.


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