We would like to thank the ASTMH and the organizing committees of TropMed17 and TropMed18 for providing the platform and space to host the research participants and panel of experts. Also, we would like to thank the panel of experts and workshop participants for their time and their candid discussion of their experiences during the workshops. The ASTMH Committee on Global Health (ACGH) assisted with publication expenses.
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