Jane D. Moon

Jane Moon is an honorary associate with RMIT, teaches hematology, health informatics and laboratory management to both undergraduate and post graduate students. She also works as a medical laboratory scientist at the Austin Health, a teaching hospital to the University of Melbourne. She has a diverse background of immunology, linguistics, and an international MBA. She has a degree in medical science (Immunology), and a Master of Arts (linguistics) from the University of Melbourne; graduate diploma in education, health administration and business studies and a MBA from LaTrobe University; as well as a graduate certificate in European business studies from ESC-Rouen, France, and a postgraduate diploma in immunology, and a graduate diploma in computer science, Master of Information Management Systems from Monash University, Australia. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Medical Science. She is a PhD candidate at the Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne; her project involves “developing a conceptual model for patients’ with chronic diseases for a better health outcome”. She has a keen interest in health informatics, impact of ICT on health management and self-efficacy.


Improving Health Management through Clinical Decision Support Systems
Jane D. Moon, Mary P. Galea. © 2016. 425 pages.
In an effort to combat human error in the medical field, medical professionals continue to seek the best practices and technology applications for the diagnosis, treatment, and...