stumbling gracefully through residency

A podcast on diversity and amplifying underrepresented stories and voices in medicine. Hosted by medical residents Harjit Kaur, Margaux Miller, Bushra Hussein, and Leen Samha, BUNDLE OF HERS is honest and thought-provoking conversations about the challenges women and minorities face in the field of medicine.

Latest Episodes

BUNDLE OF HERS introduces a new mini-series: MENTOR MOMENTS

Aug 6, 2020

We’re excited to share our mentoring moments with you! MENTOR MOMENTS is sharing moments that held life-changing and learning experiences. We believe that centering mentorship relationships around identity is vital—when we discover who we are and project our identities, we find people who we can...

Inclusion vs. Tokenism (re-release)

Jul 30, 2020

Diversity can be a sensitive subject for some, and the line separating inclusion and tokenism can be blurry. Merriam-Webster defines tokenism as, "the policy or practice of making only a symbolic effort, as to desegregate." Have you ever been tokenized?...

Language Barriers in Healthcare (re-release)

Jul 23, 2020

Medicine, like the human body, is a universal science. But a difference in language can create a barrier between physician and patient. How do we navigate something so universally similar when effective communication is missing?...

Recognizing Cultural Backgrounds in Medicine (re-release)

Jul 16, 2020

"Every patient should be treated the same." WRONG! Quite the opposite—we believe no two patients should receive the same care. From their health conditions to their cultural backgrounds, each patient is different. Acknowledging and understanding the differences will help you provide better care....

Allyship, Part II (re-release)

Jul 9, 2020

It's easy to go with the flow—going against the current is the difficult task. And bringing up topics of race, prejudice, biases, and discrimination can be uncomfortable. But it's okay to be comfortable with being uncomfortable, because being an ally can be uncomfortable. Allyship is "the key to ...

Allyship, Part I (re-release)

Jul 2, 2020

Race and discrimination can be sensitive topics that people may find uncomfortable to speak about. But they don’t have to be. Talking about race doesn’t make you racist. Not talking about race doesn’t mean you’re not racist. Allyship is "the key to unlocking the power of diversity.” In ...

Being an Activist in Healthcare (re-release)

Jun 25, 2020

You wanna change the world, heal its wounds, and make it a better place … all while studying for next week’s test. But when you’re worried about numbers and scores, the reason you’re studying medicine in the first place can be hard to hold onto. Margaux and Leen talk about activism in med ...