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

A podcast about diversity in medicine. Medical residents 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 residency. 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

S4E13: Moving Towards Inclusive Feminism

Apr 29, 2021

White feminism is harmful and creates division—striving for equality in an oppressive system is impossible. We should dismantle the gender binary and remove the idea that one has to be better than the other; open our minds to the notion that there is space for everyone... because we are powerful t ...

S4E12: The Origins of White Feminism

Apr 15, 2021

Feminism is complex. Oxford dictionary defines feminism as, "The advocacy of women's rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes." But the trouble with this idea of feminism is, first and foremost, having to buy into a gender binary in which other oppressions, such as racism, are excluded. In t ...

S4E11: Shattering Elitism

Apr 8, 2021

The assumed mindset is patients should be able to trust doctors because doctors presumably have more education. But placing doctors on an invisible pedestal can have negative connotations. The motion of elitism inhibits solidarity and creates barriers—barriers between each other, and our patients. ...

S4E10: Elitism in Medicine

Mar 25, 2021

The white coat is a symbol of elitism in medicine. There's a certain way doctors talk, and there's a certain way doctors dress. History has long placed doctors into the elite class—a group of individuals who may be of higher intellect, wealth, power, and/or special skills and experiences, and in r ...

S4E9: Perception Awareness

Mar 18, 2021

Perception is how one interprets reality. Awareness is knowledge of a situation. A medical student's perception of a situation may differ from a resident's. Our mindsets are constantly shifting, the way we view and think about things is constantly changing—our changing perspectives mean we're grow ...

S4E8: Perception vs Reality

Mar 11, 2021

John Hopkins defines evidence-based medicine (EBM) as "the ideal that healthcare professionals should make 'conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence.'" As medical students, EBM was probably just a section on an exam or test. But as residents, knowing when to use EBM when t ...

S4E7: Changing Perceptions

Mar 4, 2021

The way we viewed the world as medical students is—with little argument—different than how we view the world as medical residents. As our roles shift, we start to see systems and patients differently with new responsibilities and adjustments we may have once been sheltered from. In S4E7, Leen, M ...

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