Tracey Cobb-Scully

2017 cohort, University of Connecticut
Tracey Cobb-Scully, MSN, RN, CEIS, is experienced in pediatric nursing and has practiced in a variety of settings and institutions. Her long-term research goals are focused on the management of chronic and/or life-limiting illnesses within the pediatric population. Practicing family centered care in the pediatric arena has afforded Cobb-Scully the opportunity to identify challenges being faced by children and their families when faced with a life-limiting illness.

Cobb-Scully earned her baccalaureate degree in nursing from Samuel Merritt College and St. Mary’s College of California. In addition, she earned her MSN in nursing education from Elms College in Chicopee, MA.

Cobb-Scully has worked both in the acute care and home care arenas and is certified as an Early Intervention Specialist. She has taught clinical principles and practices for several years in the pediatric area. Since acquiring her MSN, Cobb-Scully has been teaching at the baccalaureate level at Elms College.

Cobb-Scully lives in Simsbury, CT.