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

S3E10: Adapting to New Environments

Oct 31, 2019

In a new environment, it’s human nature for most of us to want to fit in. We want to feel like we belong and part of a community. But if we’re trying to be like everyone else, at what point do we lose our own identifies? Harjit and Margaux welcomes back Bushra and Leen, and talk about adapting t ...

S3E9: The Power of Reading

Oct 24, 2019

One’s reading journey is an interesting thing. We started with other people reading to us, then we read single words, then sentences. It began with picture books, then chapter books, textbooks, then research papers. We read for different reasons, too. For some people, reading is therapeutic. Other ...

S3E8: Allyship, Part II

Oct 17, 2019

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 u ...

S3E7: Allyship, Part I

Oct 10, 2019

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 par ...

S3E6: (What to Do) When Your Family's in Medicine

Oct 3, 2019

If a parent or sibling (or any family member) is also in the medical field, does that mean you're going into a family business? If you grew up in a medical family, you know what we're talking about—"Are you going to be a doctor, too?” How do you know if you're on this path because of passion, or ...

S3E5: Imposter Syndrome in Med School

Sep 19, 2019

"The persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one's own efforts or skills" is Oxford Dictionary’s definition of imposter syndrome. In this episode, Harjit and Margaux share stories about when they’ve felt like imposters in me ...

S3E4: The Food Situation

Sep 12, 2019

Let's all agree to agree on food. We all need to eat—it's an essential part of living. But yet, some of us skip meals more often than our bodies can handle. The issue of finances or access to food aside, sometimes you just don't have time for food. Due to the nature of a lot of our jobs, sometimes ...

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