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The Clearinghouse’s Resource Library contains hundreds of resources on voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention. You may search the entire site, including these resources, by adding key words in the Search box located in the upper right corner of the website. The Resource Library enables you to browse resources by topic and filter them by different categories. Choose a topic from the menu on the right side of the page to generate a list of resources by topic, then use the filters to narrow the results. (Click on the “+” icon next to the topic name to expand the nested topics.) You may also filter the entire list of resources in the library by document type, country, language, and year of publication.

 

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Bringing voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) of adults and adolescents to the frontline of HIV prevention has challenged policy makers, implementers, funders, and civil... read more
In-depth interviews with physicians, nurses and physician administrators from four different levels of government hospitals in Thailand revealed concerns about the possibility of... read more
The results of a study comparing three methods of disseminating information to health facilities on how to improve the quality of medical male circumcision services in Uganda are... read more
Researchers conducted qualitative, semi-structured interviews with 12 women in Durban, South Africa, to explore whether voluntary medical male circumcision campaigns were leading... read more
This multi-site, nonrandomised prospective cohort study for men ages 18 to 45 in South Africa, published in PLoS One, examined the use of analgesia for removal of the PrePex... read more
In this review of data reported from eight countries’ voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programme, the most common qualifying notifiable adverse event was bleeding... read more
This article in PLoS One reports findings regarding the concurrence between self-reported and physically verified male circumcision (MC) status in men ages 25-39. The objective... read more