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I. COPD
A. Familiarity with condition and guidelines
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all familiar and 5 extremely familiar.
B.Confidence in diagnosing and treating COPD, and monitoring and educating patients
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all confident and 5 extremely confident.

1. Diagnosing COPD

2. Treatment Options

II. Asthma
A. Familiarity with condition and guidelines
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all familiar and 5 extremely familiar.
B.Confidence in diagnosing and treating asthma and monitoring and educating patients
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all confident and 5 extremely confident.

1. Diagnosing asthma

2. Treatment Options

III. Asthma–COPD overlap syndrome (ACOS)
D.Familiarity with ACOS and GOLD–GINA guidelines
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all familiar and 5 extremely familiar.
E. Confidence in diagnosing ACOS and managing
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being not at all confident and 5 extremely confident.
IV.Shared decision making and healthcare provider education
Please answer the following questions by ticking one circle (o) in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being extremely unlikely and 5 extremely likely.
C.Likelihood of participating in a workshop
Please answer the following questions by ticking one box () in each line, on a scale of 1–5: 1 being extremely unlikely and 5 extremely likely.