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Clinical Care Classification System

"The Clinical Care Classification (CCC) System (...) provides a standardized framework and a unique coding structure for assessing, documenting, and classifying patient care by nurses and other clinical professionals in any health care setting. The CCC system consists of two interrelated terminologies: CCC of Nursing Diagnoses consists of 176 (60 major & 116 subcategories). CCC of Nursing Interventions/Actions consists of 804 Concepts (201 Core Interventions [77 major & 124 subcategories)].

Thesaurus of ASTIA Descriptors

"The Thesaurus is divided into three major sections: the Schedule of Descriptors, the Scope Note Index, and the charts of Generic Relationships. The Schedule of Descriptors comprises (1) an alphabetical list of Descriptor Fields covering the ASTIA (AD) collection in terms of subject matter disciplines; (2) the Descriptor Fields divided into distinct Descriptor Groups indicating the extent of each Descriptor Field; and (3) an alphabetical-numerical list of these Descriptor Groups, displaying the individual Descriptors within each group."

Thesaurus of Engineering and Scientific Terms

"In the fall of 1965, two large projects were set in motion to develop contemporary thesauri in the fields of engineering and science. One was originated by Engineers Joint Council to revise the first edition of its Thesaurus of Engineering Terms (1964); the other, by the Department of Defense, under the sponsorship of the Office of Naval Research and known as Project LEX, which had as its mission the development of the first Department of Defense technical thesaurus.

Human-Factors Taxonomy

"This taxonomy provides a structure for identifying human factors for the purpose of scientific research and system test and evaluation. The information contained in this document is provided as guidance, not mandated as direction. This taxonomy can be considered during the planning, conduct, and analysis of human factors. The objectives of this taxonomy are to: (1) identify an extensive list of human factors, (2) promote commonality in nomenclature and units of measurement, and (3) enable the development and use of a common human-factors taxonomy for data collection and data processing.

Instructional Materials Thesaurus for Special Education

"The thesaurus delineates the standard terminology used to index and retrieve instructional materials for exceptional children in the Special Education Instructional Materials Center/Regional Media Centers Network. The thesaurus is presented in three formats: an alphabetical listing (word by word rather than letter by letter), a rotated index, and a listing by category. The alphabetical listing of descriptors provides definitions for all terms, and scope notes which indicate the scope or boundaries of the descriptor for selected terms. Numerous cross references are provided.

Thesaurus for Exceptional Child Education

"Listed are terms relevant to the Indexing of professional materials in the field of exceptional child education. Entries are approved descriptors appearing in the 'Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors' used by the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) Clearinghouses, and were selected on the basis of particular need to the Clearinghouse on Exceptional Children. For selected terms, additional information is provided in scope notes, which define the term, clarify specific usage, or indicate selected similar terms."

"Listed are terms relevant to the Indexing of professional materials in the field of exceptional child education. Entries are approved descriptors appearing in the 'Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors' used by the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) Clearinghouses, and were selected on the basis of particular need to the Clearinghouse on Exceptional Children. For selected terms, additional information is provided in scope notes, which define the term, clarify specific usage, or indicate selected similar terms."