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    I am in year 12 and doing the EPQ, my teacher keeps saying that I have to make my question more analytical or evaluative. My initial idea was just to do it on the different parts of the brain and how they contribute to our daily lives, then I was going to it on the effects of dementia on the brain, and like facts and figures with a model of the brain. However my supervisor said this is gonna be too descriptive

    I wanna do medicine at uni, but don't know if my epq should be based around this or not. I have considered the title of examining the reliability or effectiveness of the NHS funding system? but this is going off my original idea and I'm not sure if I could get hold of the info. and the forms of research I may use?

    Someone please help me decide on a title and perhaps suggest some research ideas
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    The NHS question sounds like a good idea, you can use google scholar to find articles and potentially compare to the funding of health care systems in other parts of the world. You could also see if you could interview someone who works for the NHS on their opinions in order to gain some primary research.
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    (Original post by luckythirteenx)
    The NHS question sounds like a good idea, you can use google scholar to find articles and potentially compare to the funding of health care systems in other parts of the world. You could also see if you could interview someone who works for the NHS on their opinions in order to gain some primary research.
    Yes, thank you for that primary research idea, I might try and arrange that
 
 
 
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