How I work: ‘Remember, you can do a good job without being hard on yourself’
‘Do your best and you can do no more’ is a motto that has served LetsGetChecked’s Susan O’Sullivan well in her work and in life
Susan O’Sullivan is director of clinical experience at LetsGetChecked. The 30-year-old studied science and medicine at UCC. Following her graduation in 2017, she worked for a year as a junior doctor with the HSE before joining LetsGetChecked, initially as a medical writer and researcher. The Irish-owned health screening and testing company was founded in 2014. It raised $71 million last year, employs 443 people and has plans to create a further 210 jobs this year....
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