Dr Kinjal Mehta
Kinjal Mehta is a paediatric audiologist who completed her PhD at University College London (UCL) under the supervision of Debi Vickers and Merle Mahon (UCL). She was awarded her PhD in 2020 on the topic of ‘Impact of introducing Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials (CAEP) into the Newborn Hearing Assessment Pathway’.
- Mehta, K., Watkin, P., Baldwin, M., Marriage, J., Mahon, M., Vickers, D. (2017) Role of Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Reducing the Age at Hearing Aid Fitting in Children With Hearing Loss Identified by Newborn Hearing Screening. Trends Hear. 21
- Mehta K, Mahon M, Watkin P, Marriage J, Vickers D. (2019) A qualitative review of parents’ perspectives on the value of CAEP recording in influencing their acceptance of hearing devices for their child. Int J Audiol. 58(7):401-407
- Mehta K, Mahon M, Van Dun B, Marriage J, Vickers D. (2020) Clinicians’ views of using cortical auditory evoked potentials (CAEP) in the permanent childhood hearing impairment patient pathway. Int J Audiol. 59(2):81-89.