Rachel Knappett
Rachel Knappett
Rachel Knappett

Rachel Knappett, is Head of adult rehabilitation at Cambridge Universities Hospital Trust at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. As a Specialist Audiologist, she has extensive experience as the lead Audiologist for the tinnitus, teenage hearing services and single-sided deafness clinics at Addenbrooke’s Hosptial. Further expertise includes the provision of customised hearing protection and hearing therapy. Rachel worked with the International Nepal Fellowship to Nepal to provide Audiology support on one of their ‘Ear Camps.’ She chairs the East of England professional tinnitus network and is on the Cambs Tinnitus Support Group committee.

British Society of Audiology, Ruth Spencer Prize 2010/2011

Allied Health Professionals Awards 2011 (Runner Up)

BSc in Clinical Science

BAAT parts 1 and 2

BSL Level 1

Certificate in Audiology APEL Route

Advanced GNVQ Health and Social Care

Masters Level Credits for Tinnitus and Hyperacusis

Certificate in Service Development

Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists No 4656

Hearing aid dispenser: HAD02793

British Tinnitus Association corporate member

GN Resound Conference. The management of single-sided deafness. 2017.

Audiology Transition Service. SBK Healthcare Transition Conference, 2014.

Moving On – taking Transition beyond the Clinic. BAA Conference, 2013.

Transition Service. Norfolk and Norwich Symposium Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, 2010

Transition Service. BAA Regional Meeting in Cambridge, 2010

Meehan S, Hough, E A, Crundwell G, Knappett R, Smith M, Baguley D M, The Impact of Single Sided Deafness upon Music Appreciation, J Am Acad Audiol 00:1-19 (2016)

Knappett, RE. ENT and Audiology News, Vol 24, 4, September/October 2015, Audiological and Psychological Consequences of Single Sided Deafness

Knappett, RE. BAA magazine Issue 18, Autumn 2010, Audiology and ENT: Exemplary working relations at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

Knappett, RE. BSA News 2009 Transition Services: Putting Guidelines into Practice, NDCS Magazine