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Author: Tracy Mooney
Date: September 2012
Journal: Nursing Standard
Issue: Volume 27, Number 4
Keywords: Chronic fatigue syndrome
Tracy Mooney is able to offer patients better support and follow-up care after reading a learning zone article. As a nurse practitioner working in a GP surgery, I often encounter patients who complain of feeling 'tired all the time'. On listening to patients, it becomes evident why excessive fatigue has occurred in some cases. In others, no specific diagnosis can be made, and patients are reassured that all is normal and they should return if the fatigue continues.
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