Author:Vaidehi Mujumdar

Vaidehi Mujumdar Vaidehi Mujumdar (3 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Wake Forest School of Medicine


Vaidehi Mujumdar is a medical student at Wake Forest School of Medicine.An alumna of Dartmouth College,her writing has been published in The Guardian,The Almost Doctors Channel,The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine,India.com US Edition,Media Diversified,and others.Follow her on Twitter @VeeMuj.




Mentor-Mentee Relationships in Medicine

The best mentor-mentee relationships I am a part of have allowed me to make mistakes while encouraging me and giving me targeted ways of doing better the next time around.They have also consisted of developing realistic goals and expectations.But,above all,they have taken what I bring to the table and helped elevate what is already there,not change it.

We See Your Humanity First: An Open Letter to Our Peers and Patients Post-Election

Post-election,many of us in the medical field have become ever more aware of the somber sentiments expressed by the groups that were rhetorically and literally targeted throughout the election cycle.Many of us are women,immigrants,people of all faiths,people of color,refugees,disabled individuals and members of the LGBT community.We understand that policies and hateful rhetoric impact us,impact our colleagues,impact our families and impact our patients.We can see how the communities we serve have already started to be affected by this election.

Vaidehi Mujumdar Vaidehi Mujumdar (3 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Wake Forest School of Medicine


Vaidehi Mujumdar is a medical student at Wake Forest School of Medicine.An alumna of Dartmouth College,her writing has been published in The Guardian,The Almost Doctors Channel,The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine,India.com US Edition,Media Diversified,and others.Follow her on Twitter @VeeMuj.