Classification System for HIV and AIDS Resource Material Developed by CARIS

This classification system has been developed for use in CARIS partner resource centres, and reflects the CARIS numbers used in the resource database.

This tool is still in development. Comments are welcome – contact management@cabsa.org.za

100.     General Works
110      Encyclopaedia and General Collections
120      Dictionary
130      Glossary
140      Bibliography
150      General Magazines and Journals
160      General Manuals and Guidelines
170      Conferences and Symposia –
180      Directories
 
200.     Cause and Origins of HIV and AIDS
210      Origins of HIV - General
220      History of disease
221 Genetic Development of HIV
222 Country perspectives on the History of disease
230      HIV Subtypes
231 HIV 1
232 HIV 2
250      Myths/Alternative Theories
260      Epidemiology and Statistics
261 Epidemiology General
262 Epidemiological Reporting
263 Epidemiological Forecasting
270      Virus Morphology and Lifecycle
290      Cause and Origin – Religious Aspects
 
300.     Transmission of HIV
310      Transmission General
320      Sexual Transmission
321 Heterosexual
321/100 Vulnerability of Women
322 Homosexual
323 Sexual Transmittable Infections
330      Blood and Blood Products
331 Drug injection use
332 Tattoo and Piercing
333 Needle stick and other occupational Injuries
334 Blood Products
334/100 Safety of Blood Products
340      Mother to Child Transfer
341 Pregnancy
342 Birth
343 Breastfeeding
390      Transmission of HIV – Religious Aspects
 
400.     Sociocultural Factors playing a Role with HIV and AIDS
410      Social Factors General
420      Stigma and Discrimination
430      Poverty
431 Migration and Mobile Communities
440      Sexuality
441 Homosexuality
442 Bisexuality
443 Heterosexuality
443/100 Polygamy and Multiple Concurrent Partners
443/200 Widow Inheritance
450      Gender and Age
451 Gender Violence
452 Violence against children
452/100 Sexual Abuse of Children    
460      Recreational drug use and Addiction
470      Alcohol abuse and Addiction
480      Race and Culture
490      Socio-cultural Factors and Religion
 
500.     Prevention (Primary Treatment)
510      Prevention and Control General
511 Ethics in prevention programmmes
520      Programmes and Issues
521 Risk and Harm Reduction programmes
521/100 Life Skills
521/110 Sexuality and Safer sex
521/111 Abstinence
521/112 Condoms
521/113 Mutual Faithfulness
521/120 Decision-making
521/130 Assertiveness
522 Programmes for Potentially Vulnerable Groups
522/100 Youth and Children
522/110 Orphans and Vulnerable Children
522/130 Street Youth/ Out of School Youth
522/140 Schools
522/150 Higher Education
522/200 Injecting Drug Users
522/300 Men Who Have Sex with Men, LGBTI People
522/400 Sex Workers/Sex Industry
522/500 Gender focus
522/510 Women
522/520 Men
522/600 Families
522/700 Aged
522/800 Mobile communities
522/810 Long Distance Transport Industry and Taxis
522/820 Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons
522/900 Health Workers
522/1000 Disabled Persons
522/1100 Prisoners
523 Workplace Programmes
523/100 Armed and Security Forces
524 Media Programmes- including Print media, Literature, Music and Drama
525 Infection Control Programmes/ Prevention in Medical settings
530 Voluntary Counselling and Testing
540 Preventing Parent-to-Child Transmission
550 Circumcision
560 Sport programmes
570 Treatment as Prevention
590 Religious Aspects of Prevention
 
600.     Clinical Management and Treatment (Secondary Care)
610      Management General
620      Diagnosis and HIV Testing
621 Diagnosis general
622 Ethics of Testing
623 Tests and Blood counts
623/100 Elisa
623/200 Rapid Test
623/300 CD4 Counts
623/400Viral Load
630      Disease progression
631 Disease Progression General
632 Stages in HIV progression          
633 Re-infection
634 Cofactors in HIV Progression
634/100 Infectious agents as cofactors
634/110 STIs
635 Long term non-progression
640      Clinical Manifestations
641 Weight Loss/ Wasting
642 Immune suppression
643 Diarrhoea
644 Dementia
645 Neuropathy
646 Psychological aspects
650      Opportunistic Infections and Conditions
651 TB
652 Neoplasm
652/100 Kaposi’s Sarcoma
653 Viral infections
653/100 Human Papilloma virus
653/200 Cytomegalovirus
654 Respiratory Disorders
654/100 Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
654/200 Bronchitis
655 Bacterial Infections
656 Fungal Infections
656/100 Candidiasis
657 Other Skin Conditions
658 Ophthalmologic conditions
660      Allopathic Treatment (Western Medicine)
661 Guidelines and general considerations for treatment
661/100 Paediatric AIDS
661/200 ART and Displaced Persons/Migrants
662 Antiretroviral Therapy
662/100 Medication classes
662/110 Protease Inhibitors
662/120 Non-Nucleoside RTIs
662/130 Nucleoside RTIs
662/131 AZT/Retrovir
662/140 Entry Inhibitors
662/200 Side effects
662/210 Nausea
662/220 Wasting
662/230 Lipo-distrophy
662/240 Immune Reconstitution Syndrome
662/270 Managing side effects
662/271 Diet
662/272 Cannabis
662/300 Drug Interactions
662/400 Drug Resistance
663 Other Medication Classes
663/100 Anti-neoplastic Agents
663/200 Immune stimulators
663/300 Vaccines
663/400 Microbicides
664 Post exposure prophylaxis
665 Access to Treatment
666 Adherence to Treatment/Treatment Literacy
667 Treatment of HIV with co-existing conditions
667/100 Arthritis
667/200 Haematological Conditions
667/300 Cardiac Conditions
667/400 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
667/500 Diabetes
667/600 Psychiatric Conditions
667/700 Viral Infections
667/710 Hepatitis C
667/800 Malaria
667/900 Pregnancy
668 Ethics in Treatment
668/100 Clinical Trials
668/200 Informed consent
670      Alternative Therapies / Traditional Remedies
671 Nutrition and nutrition Therapies
671/100Antioxidants
672 Massage and Touch Therapies
673 Ayurverdic Medicine
674 Traditional African Medicine
675 Chinese Medicine
676 Herbal Therapies (General)
680      Care of the Person living with HIV or AIDS
681 Home-Based Care / Community-Based Care
682 Hospital Care
683 Caring for Carers
            683/100 Burnout of Carers
684 Care of Orphans and Vulnerable Children
685 Psychological Care
685/100 Counselling
685/110 Bereavement
685/120 Depression
            685/200 Memory Work
686 Secondary Prevention
687 Palliative Care. Care of the Dying
690      Religious Aspect of Clinical Care
            691 Pastoral Counselling
 
700.     People Living with HIV
710      General and Positive Living
            711 Resources for Children
720      Biographies and Autobiographies
730      Physical Care
731 Nutrition
732 Exercise
733 Treatment Literacy
740      Psychological Aspects
741 Depression
742 Suicide and Assisted suicide
743 Burnout of People Living with HIV and AIDS
744 Mind/ body connection
745 Testing and Disclosure
750      Relationships
760      Reproductive issues
770      Organisations and Programmes for persons living with HIV
771 Organisations and Programmes for youth and teenagers living with HIV
780      Support Groups
790      Religious aspects of People living with HIV
 
800.     Programmes and Organisations
810      Programme Planning / Programme Management
            811 Programme Planning General Governance
                        811/100 Organisation types and structures
                        811/200 Constitutions            
                        811/300 Boards          
                        811/400 Leadership
812 Planning
                        812/100 Communication, including ICTs
                        812/200 Strategy
                        812/300 Community Involvement
813 Funding and Fundraising
814 Financial Management
815 Monitoring / Evaluation and Quality Assurance
816 Mainstreaming
817 Human Resource Management
                        817/100 Policies and procedures
                        817/200 Training
                        817/300 Facilitation
                        817/400 Volunteers    
818 Greater Involvement of People Living with or Affected by HIV/AIDS
818/100 Involvement of youth and children living with or affected by HIV
819 Networking
820      Governments
            821 South Africa
            822 Africa
                        822/100 Southern Africa
                                    822/110 Lesotho
                                    822/120 Swaziland
                                    822/130 Botswana
                                    822/140 Namibia
                                    822/150 Zimbabwe
                                    822/160 Mozambique
                                    822/170 Angola
                                    822/180 Malawi
                        822/200 Other African
                                    822/210 Uganda
                                    822/220 Zambia
                                    822/230 Nigeria
                                    822/240 Senegal
            823 Americas
                        823/100 South America
                        823/200 North America
                                                823/210 USA
                                                823/220 Canada
                        823/300 Central America and Caribbean
            824 Europe
                        824/100 United Kingdom
            825 Asia
                        825/100 India
                        825/200 Bangladesh
826  Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands

827  MENA – Middle East and North Africa
830      Organisations
831 International Organisations
                        831/100 United Nations
                        831/200 Global Health Council
831/300 Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (The)
                        831/400 World Health Organisation
                        831/500 International AIDS Candlelight Memorial
                        831/600 PEPFAR
832 Community-based Organisations
833 Faith-Based Organisations
833/100 World Vision
833/200 PACANet
833/300 World Council of Churches
833/400 Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance
834 NGOs, PBOs, NPOs / Civil Society Organisation (CSOs) and Networks
835 Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes and Foundations
836 Commercial service providers
837 Academic Organisations and Institutions
840      Advocacy
 
900.     Worship Resources and Religion
910      Worship Resources
911 Liturgy
912 Sermon
913 Prayer
914 Bible Studies
915 Bible Stories
920      Religion General
921 Christian
921/100 Statements
922 Jewish
923 Muslim
924 Buddhism
930      Theology of AIDS
940      Responses of Faith Communities:
            941 Responses to Gays, Lesbians and homosexuals
            942 Response to Stigma
            943 Responses to Sexuality
            944 Responses to Gender
945 Response to Human Rights
946 Responses to Poverty and Hunger
950      Responses of Faith Communities - Muslim
960      Cooperation with Faith Communities
970      Advocacy in Faith Communities
 
1000.  Arts and Media
1010    Art
            1011 Fine Art
            1012 Dramatic Art
1020    Media
            1021 Print Media
            1022 Audio Visual
                        1022/100 Cartoons and Comics
                        1022/200 Television and Film
            1023 Radio
 
1100.  Legal Aspects
1110    Rights General
1120    Human Rights
            1121 Women’s Rights
            1122 Children’s Rights
            1123 Rights of Gays and Lesbians
1130    Constitutional Rights
1140    Labour Rights
1150    Activism
1160    Laws and Acts
1170    Criminal Transmission of HIV
1190    Religious Aspects of Rights
 
1200.  Economic Aspects
1210    Economics General
1220    Macro Economic Issues
1230    Micro Economic Issues
1240    Developmental Issues
            1241 Poverty
1241/100 Grants
1241/200 Food Programs and Food Security
1241/300 Micro financing
1241/400 Information and Communication Technologies
1242 Health Systems Strengthening
1249 Religious Aspects of Development
1250 Climate Change and Global Warming
 
This classification was developed with the valuable assistance of Marion and the Anglican Church HIV & AIDS Office

 

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