growth through authenticity

A podcast on diversity and amplifying underrepresented stories and voices in medicine. Like a seed that blossoms, it takes time to grow into our true, authentic selves. The lessons we learn along the way add to our identities. Medical residents Harjit Kaur, Margaux Miller, and Leen Samha, together with medical students Lina Ghabayen, Hạ Lê, and Mariam Asadian, discuss the challenges of studying and practicing medicine, and how their diverse backgrounds influence their everyday lives in medical school and beyond. Through honest and thought-provoking conversations, BUNDLE OF HERS continues to grow and learn from their diverse experiences, and each other.

Latest Episodes

S3E27: Bushra - Growth Beyond Boundaries

May 21, 2020

Concluding our IDENTITY SERIES—a four-parter exploring who we are as human beings—in this special episode, Bushra talks to long-time family friend, Anisa Abdullahi, about how their Somali upbringings have influenced their identities and shaped what it means to be successful in life....

S3E26: Margaux - Balancing Family as a Woman in Medicine

May 14, 2020

Continuing our IDENTITY SERIES—a four-parter exploring who we are as human beings—in this special episode, Margaux talks to Dr. Kyley Cox and Dr. Mckenna Coletti about how their decisions to start their families during medical school have influenced their identities and shaped their presence in ...

S3E25: Leen - Erased Realities of a Hidden Voice

May 7, 2020

We're excited to continue our IDENTITY SERIES—a four-parter exploring who we are as human beings. In this special episode, Leen talks to fellow medical student Lina Ghabayen about how their Palestinian culture has influenced their identities and shaped their presence in medicine....

S3E24: Harjit - Confidence from Community

Apr 30, 2020

We're excited to introduce our IDENTITY SERIES—a four-parter exploring who we are as human beings. In this special episode, Harjit talks to fellow medical student Siale Teaupa about how their different cultural backgrounds and upbringings have influenced their identities and shaped their presence ...

S3E23: Confronting Anti-Black Racism

Apr 16, 2020

"Racist" can be an emotional and triggering label—nobody wants to be called a racist. Anti-Black racism is an unfortunate part of American history and still exists today. It's important to acknowledge the effects that racism has on our communities, whether it be discrimination for some or ...

S3E22: A Pandemic's Impact on Communities

Apr 9, 2020

As fourth-year medical students about to enter residency during a global health crisis, the future is unclear. We have questions and we're scared. But we'll fight through together. In this episode, we discuss the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on our communities....

S3E21: Health on a Global Perspective

Apr 2, 2020

The health of one individual has profound implications and impact the health of others, not only in their communities but worldwide. University of Utah Global Health aims to provide support and help local health organizations in their mission to improve the quality of life in their communities ...