April 22-23. 2022
Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee
The 2022 event will feature
two esteemed Visiting Faculty:
Amy L. Ladd, MD, FAOA, FAAOS,
MD, FAOA, FAAOS, Elsbach-Richards Professor of
Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine
Michael L. Parks, MD,
MD, Clinical Director of Orthopaedic Surgery and Vice Chair for Quality, Hospital for Special Surgery
THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 INGRAM LECTURE SPONSORS!
The 2022 Program
Who will be there
The 2022 Ingram Program will draw a national audience of orthopaedic surgeons, including UT-Campbell Clinic residency and fellowship alumni who represent diverse orthopaedic sub-specialties, academic institutions, private practices, and spheres of influence.
Speakers and Discussions
Scientific sessions feature keynote speakers, expert panels and, to honor tradition, our eight graduating residents will present their research and engage in case discussions. Presenters will address a range of pressing issues, from new techniques and treatments in orthopaedic surgery to trends and resources for practice management.
Alvin J. Ingram Memorial Lecture and Exhibit Hall, Part 1
Night at AutoZone Park
Alvin J. Ingram Memorial Lecture and Exhibit Hall, Part ||
Campbell Club Gala and Campbell Awards
Fri., April 22
Alvin J. Ingram Memorial Lecture
Saturday, April 23
Saturday Evening Gala & Awards
History of the Ingram Lecture
The annual Alvin J. Ingram, MD Memorial Lecture was initiated in memory of former Campbell Clinic Chief of Staff and department chairman Alvin J. Ingram, MD through a gift from members of his family, to honor his commitment to education. Dr. Ingram was a graduate of our residency program and a world authority on the treatment of polio.
The lecture highlights achievements in surgeon education and features a distinguished professor and presentations from the Campbell Clinic Foundation graduating residents. Since 2014, under the guidance of Course Director Derek M. Kelly, MD. the lecture expanded with lectures by our distinguished professor, faculty, and an expert panel.
The Ingram Lecture attracts more than 150 surgeons, allied health professionals, scientists and others dedicated to excellence in orthopaedics.
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Medical Education Resources (MER) and Campbell Clinic Foundation. MER is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team