Jane Moore, RN, CCRN, APN

Associate Professor, Nursing

Dr. Jane Moore is a clinician and Associate Professor teaching in the undergraduate and graduate program. She is a certified critical care registered nurse with a specialty in infectious diseases in adult oncology patients. With more than 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Moore has worked at several university affiliated hospitals in different nursing roles: educator, manager, research nurse, staff registered nurse (RN) and recently advanced practice nurse (APN). Dr. Moore’s current research interests include intervention studies aimed at improving collaborative practice among nurses (RNs, RPNs, and APNs) in acute care, and patient focused outcome studies.

Dr. Moore is retiring soon and is not currently supervising any graduate students.

  • Nursing collaborative practice and teamwork
  • Qualitative research
  • Patient and health provider outcomes in acute and critical care settings
  • Quality and patient safety initiatives
  • Infections in cancer populations
  • College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Canadian Nurses Association
  • Nurse Practitioner’s Association of Ontario
  • Community and Hospital Infection Control Association
  • Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honour Society

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. (Moore, J. contributor/stakeholder) (2016). RNAO Healthy Workplace Best Practice Guidelines Project. Intraprofessional collaboration among nurses. Toronto, ON

Moore, J., Prentice, D., & McQuestion, M. (2015). Social interaction and collaboration among oncology nurses. Nursing Research and Practice. doi.org/10.1155/2015/248067

Moore, J., Prentice, D., & Taplay, K. (2015). Collaboration: What does it really mean to nurses? Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi: 10.1111/jocn.12859. Early view published online: May 11, 2015

Moore, J. & Prentice, D. (2015). Oncology nurses’ experience of collaboration: A case study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. doi: 10.1016/j.ejon.2015.02.011. [Epub ahead of print]

Moore, J., Engel, J. & Prentice, D. (2014). Relational ethics in everyday practice. Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 24, 31-39. doi:10.5737/1181912×2413134

Taplay, K., Moore, J., & Richardson, M. (2013). Hosting international nursing students through the lens of primary health care. Nursing and Health, 1, 61-64. doi: 10.13189/nh.2013.010303

Moore, J. & Nahigian, E. (2013). Nursing student perceptions of nurse-nurse collaboration in dedicated education units and traditional learning units. Journal of Nursing Education, 52, 346-50. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20130509-01.

Moore, J. & Prentice, D. (2013). Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse Collaboration in Oncology Settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69, 1574-1583. doi: 10.1111/jan.12017

Moore, J. & McQuestion, M. (2012). The Clinical Nurse Specialist in Chronic Diseases. Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal of Advanced Practice Nursing, 26, 149-163. doi: 10.1097/NUR.0b013e3182503fa7

Peer reviewed journals

Moore, J., Prentice, D., & Salfi, J. (2017). A mixed-methods pilot study of the factors that influence registered nurse and registered practical nurse collaboration in acute care. Clinical Nursing Studies, 5, 1-11. doi:10.5430/cns.v5n4p1

Technical reports

Moore, J. & Rotstein, C. (2010). Guideline for tunneled catheter removal in immunocompromised patients. University Health Network (UHN)-Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) Toronto, ON.

Rostein, C., & Moore, J. (2009). Guideline for management of pulmonary infiltrates in neutropenic patients. UHN-PMH, Toronto, ON.

Rostein, C., & Moore, J., Husain, S. (2009). Guideline for antibiotic therapy in febrile neutropenic adult in-patients. UHN-PMH, Toronto, ON.

  • Theoretical Basis of Nursing Practice and Inquiry
  • Trends & Issues
  • Intersession
  • Experiencing Illness & Hospitalization
  • Practicum: Experiencing Illness and Hospitalization
  • Nursing Theory: Care of the Acutely Ill Client
  • Practicum: Care of the Acutely Ill Client