This assessment is require you to consider the professional writing about the Chronic condition (Cardiovascular disease) as well as patient and their family. The assessment consume of 2 part A: Excutive summary (a summary on the disease include all the pathology, symptom, illness and example). B: Focus on the case study (Part A is not a introduction), you need to create a plan of care, follow structure of intro, body and conclusion (sub-heading is fine). Other: Please read the Task and Marking Criteria correctly because this assessment is difficult to complete. Also, please complete it on time because I cannot gain any extension. Thank you very much.

Part A:
Students are to provide an executive summary of policy and evidence supporting optimal
care delivery for people with chronic and complex healthcare needs in relation to one
disease area. Key disease areas with related policy and evidence for review will be
provided with students able to choose a focus area and add to the evidence base, as
needed. Please focus on pathology, pharmaphysilogy, symptoms, sign, and also provide
evidences, (personal or real evidences is acceptable). Also, give the reason on why the
disease is a major condition not just identify what it is. How it relate to patient (or
individual) quality of life (limited exercise, diet).
Part B:
Students will be provided a case study to focus on. In relation to this case study, students
consider the recommendations for the patient (and their family’s) care within one particular
local health district within Sydney. This is informed by the executive summary from Part A
and enhanced by investigation into local resources available, specific to a designated area
health service.
CardioVascular Disease
Local Health District:
Western Sydney Local Health District
Case Study
Harry is a 68-year-old man who lives alone in a suburb in the Central Coast Local Health
District. His wife of 49 years died five years ago. He has five children, four of whom are
married with children and live some distance away from him. Harry has one son who is
single and has never married. He lives in the same locality as Harry and visits him at least
weekly, during football season they watch the game together. Harry shops at his local
Woolworths where he purchases frozen ready to cook meals as he finds that fresh
produce spoils in his fridge. Harry takes pride in his rose garden and ensures his lawn is
always well manicured.
Harry was diagnosed with a chronic condition some time ago. Although he has struggled at
times to cope with this condition until recently he has managed to maintain a full and active
life. Recently Harry has stopped going to the Bowling Club and attending the Men’s Shed
of which he is a foundation member. When asked Harry feels that his health can no longer
manage these trips. Harry’s children have developed a belief that Harry has become a
hypochondriac over the last four year and attributed this to him being lonely since the
passing of his wife.

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