New reports show significantly improved five-year cancer survival rates in Denmark.
In Denmark, the focus in elderly care is to provide the elderly citizens with a meaningful everyday life through dialogue, training, and support. Odense municipality is a frontrunner in employing assistive and care technologies to support the elderly in their daily lives. Now the best practices from the municipality are shared with the Netherlands.
Copenhagen has won the prestigious World Smart Cities Award for its “Copenhagen Connecting” plan.
A new robotic solution in test at Aalborg University Hospital makes working procedures in hospital labs more efficient and homogenous.
According to a new Danish study, selenium can be used to strengthen the immune system to better fight cancerous cells.
Danish researchers have discovered a way to combine antibiotics that reduces development of antibiotic resistance.
An evaluation of the 21 most well-known Danish life science companies shows that women are well represented in their boards compared to other industries.
Two new information screens at the intensive care unit at Vejle Hospital communicate key figures on the hospital’s internal procedures.
Home rehabilitation after heart surgery can be just as effective as physiotherapy at the hospital, a new Danish study shows.
Danish producers of healthcare solutions and technologies are good at translating end users’ needs and wants into effective and useful products. To gain insight into Danish healthcare solutions and their possible applicability to Japanese issues, a Japanese delegation visited Odense.