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

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. ...

S3E14: Bridging Cultures in Medicine

Jan 23, 2020

Native American voices and stories are very few in a lot of conversations—but that doesn’t mean they’re silent. Sometimes, one voice is enough to influence and create positive change. In this episode, Margaux and Harjit talks to Celessta Merrill, an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), a ...

S3E13: Finding Stability In Medicine

Jan 16, 2020

A common consensus in med school is that the hard part is getting in. But truth is, a lot of us worry about whether or not we’ll actually become physicians. Med school can be filled with a lot of doubts, especially if you feel like you haven’t found stability in the field of medicine. In this ep ...

S3E12: Storytelling with Eli Saslow

Jan 9, 2020

The stories we tell about who we are, who we’ve been, and who we want to become are important. Everyone deserves to have their stories told and heard, no matter the content. In this episode, we have a conversation with The Washington Post’s Eli Saslow about his book, Rising Out of Hatred: The Aw ...

Confessions of a 3rd Year Medical Student (re-release)

Dec 19, 2019

You know you’re a medical student when you cannot count how many times you’ve run after a resident… only to follow them to the door of a bathroom. It happens. We’re sharing some of our embarrassing, funny, confusing, and frustrating moments of third-year so far… because you shouldn’t hav ...

Delivering Difficult News (re-release)

Dec 12, 2019

Going into medicine, a lot of us might fear delivering difficult news and information to patients and their families. After all, what's the "right" way to tell someone they've been diagnosed with cancer, or that their parent has passed? As doctors, is it better to be strong for the patient, or be vu ...

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