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I am currently preparing for my EPQ, and I would like some ideas of topics. I am applying to be a midwife. I would like my EPQ to be midwifery based, I have currently thought about writing about breastfeeding but I am struggling for other ideas. My EPQ needs to have a main question and 4 sub questions within to go into more detail. The question has to worded in a certain way like "to what extent is it true that....?", "How reasonable is it to claim that...." etc.Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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I am currently preparing for my EPQ, and I would like some ideas of topics. I am applying to be a midwife. I would like my EPQ to be midwifery based, I have currently thought about writing about breastfeeding but I am struggling for other ideas. My EPQ needs to have a main question and 4 sub questions within to go into more detail. The question has to worded in a certain way like "to what extent is it true that....?", "How reasonable is it to claim that...." etc.Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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I am currently preparing for my EPQ, and I would like some ideas of topics. I am applying to be a midwife. I would like my EPQ to be midwifery based, I have currently thought about writing about breastfeeding but I am struggling for other ideas. My EPQ needs to have a main question and 4 sub questions within to go into more detail. The question has to worded in a certain way like "to what extent is it true that....?", "How reasonable is it to claim that...." etc.Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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You can talk about people's opinion on breastfeeding back in the 1800's it's normal to see women breastfeeding in front of men but now because of the exposure to porn people say you should bottle feed the baby but what if the baby doesn't want to be bottle feed?

Also you can talk about how mother's need to over the baby with a blanket if you want to breastfeed the child but some babies always takes off the blanket, would you like it if you go to a restaurant and eat with a blanket over your head?

Some women are even asked to feed their child in the toilet, you can look on some statistics on how many counties ban breastfeeding in public

Or you can talk about people's views in teenage pregnancy is it positive or negative?

Feel free to ask for any more help
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(Original post by Lilyanna99)
I am currently preparing for my EPQ, and I would like some ideas of topics. I am applying to be a midwife. I would like my EPQ to be midwifery based, I have currently thought about writing about breastfeeding but I am struggling for other ideas. My EPQ needs to have a main question and 4 sub questions within to go into more detail. The question has to worded in a certain way like "to what extent is it true that....?", "How reasonable is it to claim that...." etc.Any ideas would be much appreciated.
If this is a project you need to answer a key question and 4 others on, it's going to be much more difficult if you are writing about someone else's idea. It will also be very very hard to write an EPQ on midwifery when you have no experience of working as a midwife or studying midwifery.

You should consider your work experience and issues/problems you have encountered and ways in which these were dealt with. Any sort of healthcare project will be useful in your midwifery application as you will deal with people with all numbers of illnesses who also happen to be pregnant. Even things like drug/alcohol misuse are very relevant.
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