First and foremost, I'd like to apologise if this thread has been started a thousand times before. I'm new to TSR, so if I'm doing it wrong, please let me know and I'll try to get it right.
Successful projects have been usually based on latest research into causes or treatment of a particular disease.
I have gathered a few ideas, these include:
1. Function of liver > Alcoholic fatty liver disease > Necrosis > Liver transplantation > Viable for the NHS? > Where is the border between personal responsibility for prevention and NHS responsibility for treatment?
2. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (causes, pathophysiology, treatment)
5. Hepatitis B
6. Palliative care (Liverpool Care Pathway)
7. Sleep apnoea
8. Anorexia (pathophysiology and impact)
9. Role of monoclonal antibodies (link to AIDS)
11. Haemophilia in Queen Victoria's family
Am I even barking up the right tree here?
The quiet pandemonium continues.
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And EPQ, again. watch
- Thread Starter
- 29-11-2011 18:36
- 29-11-2011 18:56
i dont get the point of this thread :s
- 29-11-2011 19:54
I did original research, using data from previous studies to make new hypotheses and try to assess the validity of my hypotheses, for a title like: to what extent is X environmental factor a cause of Y disease in the elderly?