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

S3E18: Supporting Self Identity

Mar 12, 2020

As healthcare providers, we hope we're able to treat any patient who may walk through our doors. But, unfortunately, discrepancies in healthcare is a real problem, especially for the LGBTQ community. How do you get a seat at the table when there's no table? In this episode, Margaux and Harjit talk ...

S3E17: Understanding Self Identity

Mar 5, 2020

How you choose to identify is your choice—no one has the right to tell you otherwise, not your family, not your friends, not your physician. But finding—and expressing—your identity isn't always easy. Sometimes, there are external and internal pressures. In this episode, Harjit and Bushra talk...

Coping With Failure in Med School (re-release)

Feb 27, 2020

Failing medical school is probably the biggest fear for every medical student. You don't anticipate you'll fail, and you can't really prepare for it either ... but what happens if you do fail? How do you handle the situation logistically? How do you handle the situation mentally? In this episode, we...

S3E16: Money's Impact on Health Care

Feb 20, 2020

Money is a complex talking topic, especially between people with varying socioeconomic status. Education is expensive. Healthcare is expensive. But they shouldn’t be. In this episode, Harjia, Bushra, and Leen talk about their own relationships with money, and discuss how the political system ...

S3E15: Decolonizing Medical Research

Feb 13, 2020

It should be admitted that not all research are conducted equally with everyone in mind, because everyone is a lot of people. As human beings, and especially as medical experts, we should challenge the information we learn and ask whether it is real knowledge or skewed bias. We should critically ...

How to Handle Medical Skepticism (re-release)

Feb 6, 2020

There will always be people who don’t trust the empirical evidence we have worked so hard to study. Listen as we discuss how to navigate mistrust with medicine....

Going Beyond "Let Me Know if You Need Help" (re-release)

Jan 30, 2020

Sometimes it can feel awkward to reach out to someone you notice may need support. Learning how to navigate and break through these feelings is a key part of being a compassionate doctor, colleague, and friend....