Tracy Magee, PhD, RN, CPNP

Assistant Clinical Professor & Director, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program
  • School of Nursing

Résumé/CV:
Office: 408D Robinson Hall
Phone: 617-373-3611
Email: t.magee@northeastern.edu

Education and Training:
Post-Doc    University of Illinoi at Chicago
PhD             Boston College
MSN            Indiana University
BSN             DePauw University

Board Certifications:
Registered Nurse
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Funding:
Principal Investigator. Development of an Objective Measure of Infant Crying: A Validation study (R03 HD055984-01A1) Funded, National Institute of Child Health and Development April, 2008-March 2010, $150,146/2 years).

Principal Investigator. Development of an Objective Measure of Infant Crying. Funded, Sigma Theta Tau International, ($5,000). 2007-2008.

Principal Investigator. Development of an Objective Measure of Infant Crying: Fussy Babies Funded, Alpha Lambda Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International ($2,500). 2007-2009

Principal Investigator. Development of an Objective Measure of Infant Crying: Fussy Babies. Funded Internal Research Support Program ($10,000), 2006-2008.

Principal Investigator. Development of an Objective Measure of Infant Crying. Funded, Midwest Nursing Research Society ($10,000). 2006-2008.

Principal Investigator. Irritable Infant Syndrome: Using a Bidirectional Multi-Sensory Intervention to Promote Goodness of Fit. Funded: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) ($2000.00). 2004-2006.

Publications:
Magee, T (in revision) Standardized Patients and Clinical Competency in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Education Journal of Professional Nursing.

Fisher, M.J., Broome, M.E., Friesth, B.M., Magee, T., & Frankel, R.M. (2014). The effectiveness of a brief intervention for emotion-focused nurse-parent communication. Patient Education and Counseling 96 (1) 72-78.

Magee, T, Parker, S. (2010) Colic. In Augustyn, M., Zuckerman, B., & Corona, E (Eds) The Zuckerman Parker Handbook of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics for Primary Care. 3rd Edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Magee, T., & Roy, C. (2008). Predicting school-age behavior problems: The role of early childhood risk factors. Pediatric Nursing, 34(1) 37-43.

Magee, T., Lee, S., Giuliano, K., & Munro, B. (2006). Generating new knowledge from existing data. Nursing Research, 55(2 Suppl), S50-56.

Crowley, A., & Magee, T. (2001). Integrating healthy steps into PNP graduate education. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 17(5) 232-9.

Lawrence, P, Magee, T., & Bernard A. (2000). Healthy steps program for young children.  Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 15(2) 58-62.

Sanoff, M., Zuckerman, B., Parker, S., Bernard, A., Magee, T., & Lawrence, P. (1999). Strategies for Change: Child Development in Primary Care for Young Children. New York, The Commonwealth Foundation.

Professional and Community Service:
Eastern Nursing Research Society, Member, 2001-2007
Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners, Member, 1993-2000
National Association of Pediatric Nurse practitioners (NAPNAP) Fellow, 1991-present; Local Chapter President, 2011-2014; National Committee’s; 2009-present
Sigma Theta Tau International, Member, 1990-present
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Member, 2010-present; Faculties Secretary