“I’m tired all the time.” Registrars see patients complaining of fatigue as the primary reason for encounter
at a rate of 1.4 per 100 encounters. Fatigue is the most commonly presenting undifferentiated problem
in general practice, and often leads to multiple investigations. Fatigue is a particularly challenging
presentation for registrars as it is ambiguous and potentially, though uncommonly, associated with serious
disease. Supervisors can be of great help in assisting registrars assess and manage this very common
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