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This provocation focuses on research into the widespread manual drawing practices used between health professionals and patients in secondary care. These are drawings routinely produced ‘live’ and in front of the patient or colleague, experienced sequentially (mark by mark) in the moment of their production and sometimes retained, as having documentary (medical records) or personal value. Can these drawing practices be illuminated by Barthes’ comic strip theories of ‘relay’, in terms of the sequential unfolding of images, and ‘anchorage’, in which texts (or textual annotations and speech) pinpoint meanings that would otherwise circulate more ambiguously? What other interpersonal triggers and cultural factors bear on this approach to clinical communication? Is this type of drawing, selective, schematic, in the moment and interwoven with text as it is, seen as able to provide a quicker, or deeper, understanding for the patient or colleague? As a first stage in establishing groundwork for this research, a study has been conducted into health professionals’ experiences of the routine drawing practices they engage in for patients and colleagues.