A community is a group of individuals who live, work, and go to school in a specific location. In a community context, community health nursing, also known as public health nursing or community nursing, integrates primary healthcare with nursing practice. Community health (CH) nurses serve communities or populations by providing health services, preventive care, intervention, and health education. Evidence-based research, breakthroughs in science, and novel techniques to promote health that are all incorporated into community health nursing. When dealing with people in the community, the method takes into account their cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds to facilitate appropriate interaction and sensitivity. Community health nursing is a type of nursing that is often used in urban and rural settings.