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- ** Internet Severity and Activities Addiction Questionnaire, Eating Disorders
Appendix (ISAAQ-ED) task. **
- class camcops_server.tasks.isaaqed.IsaaqEd(**kwargs)[source]¶
A simple constructor that allows initialization from kwargs.
Sets attributes on the constructed instance using the names and values in
Only keys that are present as attributes of the instance’s class are allowed. These could be, for example, any mapped columns or relationships.
How long has the user spent editing the task? (Calculated by the CamCOPS client.)
Was the first exit from the task’s editor an “abort”?
Was the first exit from the task’s editor a successful “finish”?
- static longname(req: camcops_server.cc_modules.cc_request.CamcopsRequest) str [source]¶
Long name (in the relevant language).
“the patient for this task”.
Note that this refers to the CURRENT version of the patient. If there is an editing chain, older patient versions are not retrieved.
camcops_server.cc_modules.cc_blob.blob_relationship(), which uses the same strategy, as do several other similar functions.
Columnthat is a foreign key to the patient table.
List-style SQLAlchemy relationship to any
SpecialNoteobjects attached to this class. Skips hidden (quasi-deleted) notes.
Column representing the task’s creation time.
Column representing when the user first exited the task’s editor (i.e. first “finish” or first “abort”).