Danish pharma company, Novo Nordisk, is named the second-best science workplace in the world.
Non-prescription painkillers and anti-inflammatory medicine might have an anti-depressant effect, Danish research shows.
The Danish healthcare sector is undergoing changes adapting to future needs. Re-designing the hospital structure, building new hospitals and renovating and expanding on existing ones plays a major role and counts as the largest investment in modern time. Now Danish experiences on hospital structure are shared with Poland.
In a project at Aarhus University Hospital, a Native American helped HIV patients cope with their disease.
A new Danish public-private partnership will attract more early clinical trials to Denmark. The partnership is the first of its kind in the world.
Healthcare DENMARK establishes a network of international healthcare ambassadors, tasked with sharing knowledge and benchmarking best practices.
The Danish healthcare sector is acknowledged for being a frontrunner in employing healthcare IT, and now Danish best practices is presented to delegates from Brazil.
Denmark leads in e-health and digitization in the healthcare sector, a new analysis shows.
During the next three days, Healthcare DENMARK is visiting Canada along with the Royal Danish Crown Prince Couple, the Minister for Trade, and a large Danish business delegation.
A new arthroscopy simulator on the organ surgery ward at Kolding Sygehus eases arthroscopies.