http://m.gponline.com/article/1177955/GPs-fear-legal-threat-rising-workload-records-go-online With an illness like M.E. facing a multitude of discrimination and false beliefs I find it particularly important to view the written records the G.P is making of my consultation. I feel any human error or mis communications may then be easily and quickly rectified meaning accurate patient care. In my own medical notes there contains 1) loss of data 2) omission of symptoms I went in with 3) mis-diagnosis eg. POTS as a panic attack 4) narrow diagnosis missing the whole picture 5) And one particularly nasty Doctor deciding without any physical testing at allow acknowledgement of my physical symptoms that it was basically all in my head. I don't want to be subjected to the whims and guess work and moods of a G.P. writing any old unscientific rubbish in my notes. This is how error upon error is built up. Oh the good old days.