These three factors include certain demographics like age, ethnicity, gender, education etc. Causative agents include biological, chemical and physical agents and environmental factor include our surrounding physical environment. A community health nurse plays an important role in assessing a community for the prevention of Hepatitis B or other diseases (Pritchard-Jones, 2015). Nurses apply certain health promotion theories to improve the health of a community. They help in collecting, analyzing dataand locating the prime problem in a population. They provide constant surveillance to find out
the current trends in community and provide the opportunity for the prevention of disease. Nurses help in designing a program for a community to address the primary, secondary and tertiary levels of prevention and intervention in the target community (Nies, 2011). There are national organizations as well working to collect the data and analyze them to form new methodsof diagnosis and interventions. These epidemiological data provide the assessment of a community’s health status. Conclusion:I conclude that hepatitis B is a communicable disease and have lethal effects on communities. The community health nurse plays a major role in assessing the community health status and providing a significant prevention and interventional programs for a target population. They identify the members of a population suffering from the disease and motivate them for vaccination. With the help of national organization’s nurses are working hard to decrease the rateof disease in the United States. ReferencesPritchard-Jones, J., Stevens, C., McCaughan, G., & Strasser, S. (2015). Feasibility, acceptability and safety of a nurse led hepatitis B clinic based in the community. Collegian, 22(2), 233-240.Nies, M. A., & McEwen, M. (2011). Community/public health nursing: Promoting the health of populations. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier/Saunders.