EC Psychology and Psychiatry

Case Report Volume 12 Issue 6 - 2023

Online Schooling as a Supported Educational Opportunity for a Patient with Psychosis: A Case Report from Qatar

Dalia Albahari* and Mohamed Ali Siddig Ahmed

Mental Health Services, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar

*Corresponding Author: Dalia Albahari, Mental Health Services, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar.
Received: April 30, 2023; Published:June 26, 2023

Supported education interventions have reasonable evidence in the recovery and rehabilitation of patients with psychosis. Advances in online learning increased accessibility to learning. Unfortunately, patients with mental illness have less access to online learning. Educational institutions are yet to integrate online learning as a supported educational system for patients with mental illness. We reported on a young adult with psychosis who resumed secondary school education after absenteeism with the support of the school’s online education

Keywords: Online Schooling; Online Learning; Supported Education; Psychosis; Secondary School

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Dalia Albahari and Mohamed Ali Siddig Ahmed. Online Schooling as a Supported Educational Opportunity for a Patient with Psychosis: A Case Report from Qatar. EC Psychology and Psychiatry 12.6 (2023): 14-18.