The answers to many of the questions can be found in the video on the next page. Prior to watching the video, please answer the following self-assessment questions:

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* 1. Indicate to what extent you see yourself as an evidence-based prescriber

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* 2. Indicate to what extent you see yourself as an evidence-based de-prescriber

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* 3. On a scale of 0-10, rate how confident you are right now that you can deprescribe “potentially inappropriate medications” (such as benzodiazepines, proton pump inhibitors for >12 weeks or opioids for chronic non-cancer pain) that have been prescribed to your patients

To what extent do you agree with the following statements regarding “potentially inappropriate medications” (such as benzodiazepines, proton pump inhibitors for >12 weeks or opioids for chronic non-cancer pain) that have been prescribed to your patients:

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* 4. If a patient is not experiencing an adverse drug event(s), there is no need to deprescribe

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* 5. Withdrawal symptoms and fear of symptom return are barriers to deprescribing

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* 6. I am aware of evidence-based deprescribing guidelines and algorithms that exist for a range of medication classes

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* 7. There is more uncertainty when de-prescribing compared to prescribing

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* 8. The majority of patients are willing to deprescribe a medication if their health care provider recommends it

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* 9. Deprescribing takes too long for a single clinic visit

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