Bundle of Hers

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

A podcast about diversity in medicine. Third-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 real and raw while stumbling gracefully through med school.

Bundle of Hers

Latest Shows

Ep 2.07: Inclusion vs. Tokenism

Oct 10, 2018

Diversity can be a sensitive subject, 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? ...

Ep 2.06: 'New Amsterdam' Pilot Review

Oct 3, 2018

We watched and discussed New Amsterdam, NBC's newest medical drama based on the oldest public hospital in the United States — the good, the bad, and the medical inaccuracies. ...

Ep 2.05: Language Barriers in Healthcare

Sep 26, 2018

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

Ep 2.04: Fitting Into the Hospital Hierarchy

Sep 12, 2018

Medical school is tough enough without feeling like you're not good enough. Not smart enough. Not hard working enough. As third-years, fitting into the hospital hierarchy can be challenging. Are you part of the team? Or are you only a student? ...

Ep 2.03: Showing Empathy

Sep 5, 2018

There have always been discussions about whether physicians should show empathy or remain stern when interacting with patients. And while there are valid points on both sides, it's important to remember that physicians are human beings. And human beings have emotions. ...

Ep 2.02: Recognizing Cultural Backgrounds in Medicine

Aug 29, 2018

"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. ...

Ep 2.01: Learning Curves

Aug 22, 2018

The main difference between first and second year of medical school verses third year is the hands-on patient experience. You're finally able to put everything you've learned from lectures and books to practice... and then realize there's a learning curve. ...

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