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Base classes for visit reports/tracking in clinicedc/edc.

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edc-visit-tracking

Track study participant visit reports.

Declaring a visit model

A visit_model is declared using the model mixin VisitModelMixin. Normally, a visit_model will be declared with additional model mixins, but VisitModelMixin must be there.

class SubjectVisit(VisitModelMixin, BaseUuidModel):
    ...

Also, ensure the Meta class attributes of VisitModelMixin are inherited. These include required constraints and ordering.

class SubjectVisit(VisitModelMixin, BaseUuidModel):

    ...

    class Meta(VisitModelMixin.Meta):
        pass

Among other features, VisitModelMixin adds a OneToOneField foreign key to the visit_model that points to edc_appointment.Appointment.

Important: A visit model is a special model in the EDC. A model declared with the model mixin, VisitModelMixin, is the definition of a visit model. CRFs and Requisitions have a foreign key pointing to a visit model. A number of methods on CRFs and Requisitions detect their visit model foreign key name, model class and value by looking for the FK declared with VisitModelMixin.

For a subject that requires ICF the visit model would look like this:

class SubjectVisit(VisitModelMixin, OffstudyMixin, CreatesMetadataModelMixin,
                   RequiresConsentModelMixin, BaseUuidModel):

    class Meta(VisitModelMixin.Meta):
        consent_model = 'myapp.subjectconsent'  # for RequiresConsentModelMixin

If the subject does not require ICF, such as an infant, don’t include the RequiresConsentModelMixin:

class InfantVisit(VisitModelMixin, OffstudyMixin,
                  CreatesMetadataModelMixin, BaseUuidModel):

    class Meta(VisitModelMixin.Meta):
        pass

Declaring a CRF

The CrfModelMixin is required for all CRF models. CRF models have a OneToOneField key to a visit model.

class CrfOne(CrfModelMixin, OffstudyCrfModelMixin, RequiresConsentModelMixin,
             UpdatesCrfMetadataModelMixin, BaseUuidModel):

    subject_visit = models.OneToOneField(SubjectVisit)

    f1 = models.CharField(max_length=10, default='erik')

    vl = models.CharField(max_length=10, default=NO)

    rdb = models.CharField(max_length=10, default=NO)

    class Meta:
        consent_model = 'myapp.subjectconsent'  # for RequiresConsentModelMixin

Declaring forms:

The VisitFormMixin includes a number of common validations in the clean method:

class SubjectVisitForm(VisitFormMixin, forms.ModelForm):

    class Meta:
        model = SubjectVisit

PreviousVisitModelMixin

The PreviousVisitModelMixin ensures that visits are entered in sequence. It is included with the VisitModelMixin.

VisitTrackingModelFormMixin

see DEFAULT_REPORT_DATETIME_ALLOWANCE

Missed Visit Report

A detail report should be submitted for scheduled visits that are missed. By selecting the reason missed visit on SubjectVisit, only the missed visit CRF will be required for the timepoint. All other CRFs and requisitions will be excluded.

Unscheduled visits cannot be missed.

The model mixin SubjectVisitMissedModelMixin provides the basic features of a SubjectVisitMissed model.

In your subject app declare:

from django.db.models import PROTECT
from edc_crf.model_mixins import CrfWithActionModelMixin
from edc_model import models as edc_models
from edc_visit_tracking.model_mixins import SubjectVisitMissedModelMixin

class SubjectVisitMissed(SubjectVisitMissedModelMixin, edc_models.BaseUuidModel):

    missed_reasons = models.ManyToManyField(
        SubjectVisitMissedReasons, blank=True, related_name="+"
    )

    class Meta(CrfWithActionModelMixin.Meta, edc_models.BaseUuidModel.Meta):
        verbose_name = "Missed Visit Report"
        verbose_name_plural = "Missed Visit Report"

In your list model app, e.g. meta_lists, declare the list model:

class SubjectVisitMissedReasons(ListModelMixin):
    class Meta(ListModelMixin.Meta):
        verbose_name = "Subject Missed Visit Reasons"
        verbose_name_plural = "Subject Missed Visit Reasons"

… and update the list_data dictionary, for example:

list_data = {
...
"meta_lists.subjectvisitmissedreasons": [
    ("forgot", "Forgot / Can’t remember being told about appointment"),
    ("family_emergency", "Family emergency (e.g. funeral) and was away"),
    ("travelling", "Away travelling/visiting"),
    ("working_schooling", "Away working/schooling"),
    ("too_sick", "Too sick or weak to come to the centre"),
    ("lack_of_transport", "Transportation difficulty"),
    (OTHER, "Other reason (specify below)",),
],
...
}

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