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Hi wondered if anyone can offer any help on this
Hi,

You could talk about the different types of euthanasia, which types are ethical and which aren't? Or maybe you could discuss when euthanasia should and shouldn't be used? Or opinions on euthanasia from different religious viewpoints? This would be a particularly good one if you're looking to go into medicine and also for marks as it shows you're looking at things from opinions other than your own.

There's a book called Very short introduction to medical ethics which has a section on euthanasia and was a big help to me. I didn't do my EPQ on Euthanasia (I did mine on Ebola as I'm looking to go into medicine and then global health) but I wanted to learn about it anyway and it was great. Also try and look at other student focused books as they're so much more accessible (I speak from experience!) and have a look at journal articles too- whilst they might not be as accessible at first, you'll get used to the structure and wording of them.

Hope this helps?
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Hi,

You could talk about the different types of euthanasia, which types are ethical and which aren't? Or maybe you could discuss when euthanasia should and shouldn't be used? Or opinions on euthanasia from different religious viewpoints? This would be a particularly good one if you're looking to go into medicine and also for marks as it shows you're looking at things from opinions other than your own.

There's a book called Very short introduction to medical ethics which has a section on euthanasia and was a big help to me. I didn't do my EPQ on Euthanasia (I did mine on Ebola as I'm looking to go into medicine and then global health) but I wanted to learn about it anyway and it was great. Also try and look at other student focused books as they're so much more accessible (I speak from experience!) and have a look at journal articles too- whilst they might not be as accessible at first, you'll get used to the structure and wording of them.

Hope this helps?
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No worries- good luck!
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