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.
A new super computer capable of processing DNA data is being built at the Technical University of Denmark.
Healthcare DENMARK establishes an international network of ambassadors for Danish health and care expertise.
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.