The World Health Organization (WHO) established a Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Innovations in Male Circumcision in 2010 to advise WHO on the safety, acceptability, and public health need for male circumcision. Since then, the TAG has met a number of times to review the latest evidence on devices for performing adult and adolescent male circumcision. The TAG’s assessments and recommendations are summarised in the reports from each meeting.
Tetanus and Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision: Risk According to Circumcision Method and Risk Mitigation
WHO Informal Consultation on Tetanus and Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Meeting Report, 9-10 March 2015
WHO Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision: Meeting Report, 30 September – 2 October 2014
Use of Devices for Adult Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention in East and Southern Africa: Meeting Report , Entebbe, Uganda, 13-14 November 2013
WHO Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision: Evaluation of Two Adult Devices – Meeting Report, January 2013
Use of Devices for Adult Male Circumcision in Public Health HIV Prevention Programmes: Conclusions and Executive Summary of the WHO Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision