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Written by a carer at Manchester Royal Infirmary
5th March 2020

Ms Sharan Ingram has provided us with support at both Manchester Royal Infirmary and also at The Christie Hospital, Manchester. Her ability to listen and to advice has been invaluable during this current period of illness for my husband. Sharan understands that no matter how difficult it may be to hear a poor prognosis at consultation level, it is completely vital that the family leave the building, start the car, negotiate the traffic and make the long journey home, heavy with the knowledge that despite everything there is always hope. She has made herself available should we need help in the future and she is the one and only specialist nurse covering HPB at either Royal Bolton or The Christie who has offered any support. I feel MRI have had the greatest loss by her leaving and Christie the greatest gain by her new position, I am confident she will continue to make improvements which will benefit all patients. This review covers support offered at both MRI and recently at the Christie Hospital

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Written by a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary
3rd February 2020

I 'inherited' Sharan Ingram when my surgeon, Professor Derek O'Reilly moved to the Manchester Royal Infirmary and from the very first introduction, she has proven to be an efficient, helpful, thoughtful and capable link between Professor and patient. She has excelled in arranging scan appointments to blend with upcoming clinic appointments, she has provided copies of the scan reports and generally liaised with my other Surgeon, Professor Noel Clarke at The Christie, ensuing that one annual CT scan was made available to both hospitals. Sharan always made herself available for discussion and I am not surprised to learn that she has recently been rewarded with a well deserved promotion to Matron at The Christie.

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Written by a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary
21st January 2020

Sharan is a very caring and knowledgeable lady. She has the ability to bring confidence and belief to you with her positive manner, which is wonderful when you are facing a very serious illness. She is always there when you have any concerns and always sorts things out in a very thorough way. She also has personal touch, always remembering to ask about my little boy which makes me feel a little special. I am so grateful to her, Mr O'Reilly and his team for looking after me so well. Thank you Sharan x

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Written by a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary
13th November 2019

Sharon's understanding, expertise and empathy are paramount and on every occasion we have met, her compassion shines through. Sharon leaves you feeling a little bit more safe regarding this overwhelming world of cancer. A million thanks.

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Written by a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary
29th October 2019

I was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer and Sharan helped me through this extremely traumatic period.She was always available to offer caring support and advice from consultation to recovery following surgery,I am eternally grateful to Sharan, professor O Reilly and the whole team at MRI

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Ms Sharan Ingram was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2020 for delivering outstanding care.

Qualifications:

  • Adult Nurse, Level 1
  • Nurse Independent/Supplementary Prescriber

Profile

I began my nursing career at Altrincham General Hospital, Market Street as an auxiliary nurse whilst gaining further qualifications to commence my nurse training. I qualified as a registered nurse in 1996 with a diploma in adult nursing at Salford University. To further my professional studies, I successfully completed my BA(hons) in Health Studies and became a member of the Medical Gastroenterology team at Salford Royal for 19 years where I held various positions, mainly that of ward manager on the Gastroenterology ward for 10 years. I then proceeded to change my career pathway from ward management to a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Oesophageal-Gastric cancer for approx 18 months. I then returned to medicine to establish and implement alongside Consultant Gastroenterologists, the liver and pancreatic services at Salford Royal. My role as specialist nurse requires me to be an active member in the delivery of care to patients with a pancreatic, liver, bile duct and duodenal cancer and liver cirrhosis initially at Salford Royal and presently at Manchester Royal Infirmary. I work alongside the hepato-biliary (HPB) multi-disciplinary team to co-ordinate suspected and confirmed cancers investigations and any interventional treatments that patients may require to alleviate their symptoms of jaundice. This requires me to be an autonomous practitioner with a high level of consulting, communication and assessment skills to enable me to deliver a high standard of care. I continue to further my professional studies by completing the Developing Clinical Skills course, Non-medical prescribing and Enhanced communication course to enable me to care for my patients autonomously. I was approached to join the liver and pancreas surgical team at MRI in August 2015 where I continued my Macmillan clinical nurse specialist role, developing the service, networking with other trusts and ensuring the patient experience is of a high standard. I fully enjoy caring for my patients and their families with a hepato-pancreato-biliary cancer. Making a difference at the right time in their patient pathway. I changed my career pathway by joining the Christie quality and standards team as the matron in February 2020. Paramount to the patient experience is the ongoing education and support for nursing staff delivering the care at the Christie. Monitoring and reviewing standards is central to patient care especially with evolving treatments for all tumour groups,

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