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    I am starting my EPQ next month and want to apply to medical school in September. I am not sure what I want to do it on but I don't want to go down the route of medical ethics as I feel that those titles are very overused.

    Any ideas will be appreciated
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    (Original post by 1robyn)
    Hello!

    I am starting my EPQ next month and want to apply to medical school in September. I am not sure what I want to do it on but I don't want to go down the route of medical ethics as I feel that those titles are very overused.

    Any ideas will be appreciated
    Thanks in advance
    Go to the BBC News Health page/BBC News Science & Environment page, read some articles on there and find something that interests you, then come up with a question based on it! Best way to go
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    I'm doing mine on intestinal diseases and why it isn't really possible to get an large intestine transfer. Or I might do a dissitation on medical/cosmetic testing of make up (not really medicine related but i really like that idea). A friend is doing his of miocardio in-fractures and I know another friend who is doing hers on the NHS
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    I'm doing mine on intestinal diseases and why it isn't really possible to get an large intestine transfer. Or I might do a dissitation on medical/cosmetic testing of make up (not really medicine related but i really like that idea). A friend is doing his of miocardio in-fractures and I know another friend who is doing hers on the NHS
    "miocardio in-fractures" 😂
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    Go to the BBC News Health page/BBC News Science & Environment page, read some articles on there and find something that interests you, then come up with a question based on it! Best way to go
    Thanks I'd never actually thought of doing that
    its a good idea )
 
 
 
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