emodpy_malaria.interventions.diag_survey module#

This module contains functionality for diagnostic survey interventions.

emodpy_malaria.interventions.diag_survey.add_diagnostic_survey(campaign, coverage: float = 1, repetitions: int = 1, tsteps_btwn_repetitions: int = 365, target: object = 'Everyone', start_day: int = 1, diagnostic_type: str = 'BLOOD_SMEAR_PARASITES', diagnostic_threshold: float = 40, measurement_sensitivity: float = 0.1, event_name: str = 'Diagnostic Survey', node_ids: list | None = None, positive_diagnosis_configs: list | None = None, negative_diagnosis_configs: list | None = None, received_test_event: str = 'Received_Test', ind_property_restrictions: list | None = None, disqualifying_properties: list | None = None, trigger_condition_list: list | None = None, listening_duration: int = -1, triggered_campaign_delay: int = 0, check_eligibility_at_trigger: bool = False, expire_recent_drugs: any | None = None)[source]#

Add an intervention to create either a scheduled or a triggered event to the campaign using the MalariaDiagnostic class, an individual-level class, to test individuals. Upon positive or negative diagnosis, the list of events to occur (as defined in positive_diagnosis_configs or negative_diagnosis_configs) is then executed. These events can trigger other listening interventions.

  • camp – The emod_api.campaign object for building, modifying, and writing campaign configuration files.

  • coverage – The probability an individual receives the diagnostic.

  • repetitions – Number of repetitions of the survey intervention.

  • tsteps_btwn_repetitions – Timesteps between repetitions.

  • target – A dictionary targeting an age range and gender of individuals for treatment. In the format {"agemin": x, "agemax": y, "gender": z}. Default is Everyone.

  • start_day – The day of the simulation on which the intervention is created. If triggered, runs on trigger, not on start_day.

  • diagnostic_type

    Type of malaria diagnostic used. Default is BLOOD_SMEAR_PARASITES. Available options are:





    • PF_HRP2



    • FEVER

  • diagnostic_threshold

    The diagnostic detection threshold based on diagnostic_type:



    In parasites/microliter, use measurement = float( 1.0 / measurementSensitivity * Poisson(measurementSensitivity * true_parasite_density)).


    In gametocytes/microliter, use measurement = float( 1.0 / measurementSensitivity * Poisson(measurementSensitivity * true_gametocyte_density)).


    Use the true values and an algorithm based on the paper Improving statistical inference on pathogen densities estimated by quantitative molecular methods : malaria gametocytaemia as a case study.


    Add a new method to get the PfHRP2 value and check against the threshold.


    Check the true parasite density against the threshold.


    Check the person’s fever against the threshold.

  • measurement_sensitivity – Setting for Measurement_Sensitivity in MalariaDiagnostic.

  • event_name – Description of the event.

  • node_ids – The list of nodes to apply this intervention to (Node_List parameter). If not provided, set value of NodeSetAll.

  • positive_diagnosis_configs – List of events to happen to an individual who receives a positive result from test.

  • negative_diagnosis_configs – List of events to happen to individual who receives a negative result from test.

  • received_test_event – String for individuals to broadcast upon receiving diagnostic.

  • ind_property_restrictions – List of IndividualProperty key:value pairs that individuals must have to receive the diagnostic intervention. For example, [{"IndividualProperty1":"PropertyValue1"}, {"IndividualProperty2":"PropertyValue2"}]. Default is no restrictions.

  • disqualifying_properties – List of IndividualProperty key:value pairs that cause an intervention to be aborted. For example, [{"IndividualProperty1":"PropertyValue1"}, {"IndividualProperty2":"PropertyValue2"}].

  • trigger_condition_list – List of events that will trigger a diagnostic survey.

  • listening_duration – Duration after start day to stop listening for events, as specified in trigger_condition_list. Default is -1, non-stop listening.

  • triggered_campaign_delay – Delay of running the intervention after receiving a trigger from the trigger_condition_list.

  • check_eligibility_at_trigger – If triggered event is delayed, you have an option to check individual/node’s eligibility at the initial trigger or when the event is actually distributed after delay.

  • expire_recent_drugs – Adds [{"DrugStatus:None"}] to Property_Restrictions_Within_Node for positive test config, so only those with that property receive drugs.