This is NorDigHealth

NorDigHealth is a Danish-German health project that aims to improve health and prevent disease through the use of new digital technology.

NorDigHealth foregår i Næstved og Lübeck, som over de kommende år forvandles til tech towns.

Næstved and Lübeck are Tech Towns

If you live in Næstved Municipality or Lübeck, you can help test the new health technologies. The researchers behind the project will investigate whether new technology can help you and others to a healthier lifestyle.

New Technology

Technology plays an increasingly important role in our everyday lives. Most people have a smartphone with apps that tell us how many steps we have taken and the screen on our phone is often the last thing we see before bedtime. There are studies suggesting that this type of self-monitoring can motivate ordinary citizens to be physically active for shorter periods.

Health technology is also becoming more and more integrated into the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

In the NorDigHealth project, we want to help as many citizens as possible to a healthier lifestyle and motivate many citizens to live healthier and better.

Aktivitet er vigtigt i forhold til ens sundhed.
Toget fra Lübeck til Næstved benyttes ofte i forbindelse med projektmøder.

Danish-German Research Collaboration

NorDigHealth is a collaboration between researchers from Zealand University Hospital, Lübeck and Roskilde University, private companies and others. See our project partners. The project runs from January 2019 to December 2021.

The project is supported by the EU, Interreg Deutschland Denmark.

Contact the project leader and leading researchers

Søren Tvilsted, Research Projects and Clinical Optimization is the project leader of NorDigHealth.

Tel: +45 21 51 90 69

Dirk Rades, professor, MD, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Lübeck

Tel: +49 451 500 45400

Troels Wesenberg Kjær, professor, MD, Department of Neurology, Zealand University Hospital

Tel: +45 46 32 32 00

Torben Lykke Sørensen, professor, MD, Department of Ophthamology, Zealand University Hospital

Tel: +45 47 32 39 47

Ismail Gögenur, professor, MD, Center for Surgical Science, Zealand University Hospital

Tel: +45 56 63 15 00

Anne Liveng, associate professor, Roskilde University

Tel: +45 29 63 46 73

Henning Christiansen, professor, Roskilde University

Tel: +45 46 74 38 32