Senior Director, Accreditation, Evaluation and Scholarship, and Associate Professor, Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
Director, Tracking and Evaluation Core, Great Plains CTR, Associate Professor, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center
Ingrid Philibert has extensive experience in program evaluation, including work in national and international program evaluation in the context of accreditation of post-graduate physician training program. From 1998 through 2018, she served as the Senior Vice President for Field Activities at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, where she headed a large accreditation site visit program (approximately 1700 site visits to programs and sponsoring institutions annually) and collaborated with individuals within and outside of the ACGME on administrative programs, research projects and publications. She led the design of the site visit component of the high-stakes 10-year accreditation assessments for ACGME-accredited physician training programs.
Ingrid is Senior Director, Accreditation, Evaluation and Scholarship, Associate Professor, at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, and Director, Tracking and Evaluation Core, Great Plains CTR, Associate Professor, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Her expertise is in medical education across the continuum, with a focus on curriculum, instructional methods and assessments, and in program evaluation in a range of contexts. Her interests related to program evaluation include economy in evaluation, and ensuring data collection practices reduce burden, produce actionable information, and contribute to best practices in evaluation for adoption or adaptation.
Dr. Philibert served as senior and alumni examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality for multiple years since 2000, and as an at-large board member for the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) and as a committee member for multiple NBME assessment committees between 2007 and 2016.
She has an extensive bibliography related to program evaluation, including evaluation of training programs to promote physician well-being and assessing the value and utility of publicly available information on quality such as hospital ranking data. For the past two decades, she has lectured on medical education, work-based assessment and program evaluation in US and international settings, including serving as faculty in the 2-day Fundamentals of Assessment in Medical Education (FAME) course taught at the international Ottawa Assessment Conference.