June Pautler

Welcome to my Exhibit!

My thesis is centered around finding ways to distribute information about Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia syndrome. POTS is a remarkably common condition, yet it remains undiagnosed or mistreated due to the similarities of it’s symptoms and co-morbidities to other chronic illnesses and diseases. The information on how to manage POTS is plentiful, but hard to find unless you know what you’re looking for, so my goal was to make a POTS diagnosis more accessible.

This thesis and all projects herein are dedicated in memory of neurologist Dr. Anand Mehendale, who passed of COVID-19 in 2020. Without him, I would never have started to thrive. His brilliant mind changed many lives for the better, and his “colorful” vocabulary brought humor along with healing.

This brochure would be placed in a clinical setting, such as a waiting room or an examination room. This would give the patient the option to research for themselves and consult their physician.
This would be displayed at a shopping mall or other crowded public area. It’s simplicity is to catch the intrigue of the viewer, and the QR code makes accessing www.dysautonomiainternational.com quick and easy, so no typing has to be done.