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.
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.