with Harjit Kaur, Margaux Miller, Bushra Hussein, and Leen Samha

A podcast about diversity in medicine. Fourth-year medical students Harjit Kaur, Margaux Miller, Bushra Hussein, and Leen Samha discuss the challenges of studying medicine and how their diverse backgrounds influence their everyday lives in medical school and beyond. Talking about topics that are underrepresented to keep the conversations honest and thought-provoking, BUNDLE OF HERS keeps it raw and real while stumbling gracefully through med school. Listen to their stories below and follow their journey on Instagram!




This is BUNDLE OF HERS, a podcast about what medical school is really like by four very different women, from very different backgrounds. We discuss the challenges of studying medicine and how our backgrounds influence our days in medical school and beyond. Join us as we keep it raw and real while stumbling gracefully through med school.

Latest Shows

S3E1: Choosing Your Speciality: Expectations vs Reality

Aug 22, 2019

Safe to say choosing a specialty is one of the most important decisions to make for any medical student. Do you choose the specialty, or does the specialty choose you? There can be a lot of expectations in the decision-making process—especially if you came into medical school with unintended biase ...

S2E25: Looking Back at 3rd Year

Jul 3, 2019

It's the season two finale and we're reflecting back on memories from our third year of medical school: lessons we've learned, goals we've achieved, and challenges we overcame. And we also look forward to the future—preparing for the end of our medical school journey (!!!) and the conversations we ...

S2E24: Social Media's Influence

Jun 26, 2019

We’ve never really considered ourselves as influences—we like to think we’re just sharing stories about diverse experiences in medicine. But with more and more influencers using social media to expand their reach, what does it mean to be an authentic social influencer? In this episode, we talk ...

S2E23: Balancing Confidence with Humility

Jun 12, 2019

There's a common stereotype that claims doctors are overly confident. That's actually true—it takes confidence to save a human life. But, having confidence doesn't equal to being high and mighty. Being confident means believing in yourself. Believing you're more than a test score or a bad rotation ...

S2E22: Environmental Rights and the Connection to Health

Jun 5, 2019

According to UNEnvironment.org, environmentalism is, "Any proclamation of a human right to environmental conditions of a specified quality." Access to clean air, drinkable water, and a safe environment are some of the basic human rights we sometimes take for granted, simply because we have access. I ...

S2E21: Finding Sucess in Rejection

May 22, 2019

Rejection isn't something a lot of people want to talk about, but it's probably safe to assume rejection happens to a lot of people. Whether it's rejection to med school, from a mentor, or even from friends who aren't in the mood for hanging out—rejection's hard. But rejection doesn't have to be t ...

S2E20: Leadership Through Diversity

May 8, 2019

How do you play the game but still get what you want? How do you make a change while still fitting into the system? In this episode, we talk to Dr. Nwando Olayiwola, chief clinical transformation officer at RubiconMD and founder of the Association of Minority Women Professionals, about making change ...

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