Three out of four Danes love their job. Job influence and good colleagues is vital for Danes’ job satisfaction.
A simple evaluating system with a happy, green smiley and a sad, red smiley is being tested at two hospitals in North Denmark Region.
Danish health and care technologies create groundbreaking services for elderly and disabled citizens in their day-to-day lives, helping them maintain an independent lifestyle. One of Taiwan's largest media is visiting Denmark to report on the strongholds within Danish care technology.
To ensure and strengthen high-quality research, integrity must pervade all research phases. Now a national Danish code of conduct is introduced.
Danish CSC Scandihealth A/S enters agreement with Stockholm County to deliver lifesaving equipment to Stockholm’s ambulances.
The Danish healthcare sector is recognized for an integrated use of healthcare IT technologies, comprehensive tele-medical solutions, and an effective emergency management. To gain knowledge and inspiration in these areas, a Russian delegation is these days visiting Denmark and Copenhagen.
Denmark ranks second among 29 industrialized countries in public trust in doctors.
On October 27-28, Healthcare DENMARK hosted an international summit for thought leaders and experts within healthcare.
A new app from Copenhagen municipality will help fight discrimination and hate crimes.
A Danish professor is part of a research group recently granted €1.2 million ($1.5 million) to develop a new technology for brain scans. The grant comes from the Barack Obama initiated BRAIN initiative.