Is this idea sensible for medicine EPQ

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I was wondering if doing the question "Does the NHS adequately protect whistleblowers" for my EPQ is a good idea for medicine or whether it is too controversial, especially as Universities will see my topic.
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It's an interesting topic. Don't worry about it being controversial, they won't mind (unless it's directly attacking the university lool).

I ask tho, does that topic seem like you'll be able to display your academic researching skills etc? Or will it mainly be opinion based? It doesn't matter if it falls into any category, as the admissions tutors just care about the grade.
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It's an interesting topic. Don't worry about it being controversial, they won't mind (unless it's directly attacking the university lool).

I ask tho, does that topic seem like you'll be able to display your academic researching skills etc? Or will it mainly be opinion based? It doesn't matter if it falls into any category, as the admissions tutors just care about the grade.
Well, I hope to read books from former whistleblowers in the NHS as well as look at the current laws in the UK protecting whistleblowers and relevant case studies and then I guess form my own judgment at the end.
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Well, I hope to read books from former whistleblowers in the NHS as well as look at the current laws in the UK protecting whistleblowers and relevant case studies and then I guess form my own judgment at the end.
How many words are allowed?
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How many words are allowed?
I think about 5000 words give or take 5%
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I think about 5000 words give or take 5%
If you're able to fill the words, then go for it!
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