BPOA

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AcronymDefinition
BPOABarbados Programme of Action
BPOABrussels Programme of Action
BPOABureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs
BPOABarbados Plan of Action
BPOABerkeley Property Owners Association (Berkeley, CA)
BPOABoston Partnership for Older Adults
BPOABlack Police Officers Association
BPOABrussels Plan of Action
BPOABeach Property Owners Association
BPOABeaumont Police Officers Association (Beaumont, TX)
BPOABART Police Officers Association
BPOABusiness Professionals of America
BPOABlack Peace Officers Association
BPOABurbank Police Officers Association (Burbank, CA)
BPOABrownsville Police Officers Association
BPOABakersfield Police Officers Association (Bakersfield, CA)
BPOABusiness Process Oriented Architecture
BPOABoulder Police Officers Association (Boulder, Colorado)
BPOABusiness Processes and Operational Assessment
BPOABoard of Professional and Occupational Affairs
BPOABrentwood Police Officers Association (Brentwood, CA)
BPOABrooktrails Property Owners Association
BPOABienville Place Owners Association (Biloxi, MS)
BPOABriarcliff Property Owners Association (Briarcliff, TX)
BPOABridgetown Programme of Action
BPOABiennial Plan of Action
BPOABellevue Police Officers Association
BPOABusiness Process Optimisation and Automation
BPOABurleson Police Officers Association (Burleson, Texas)
BPOABenefits Planning Outreach and Assistance
BPOABroadmoor Property Owners Association
BPOABritish Protected Ornamentals Association (UK)
BPOABlack Probation Officers Association, Inc.
BPOABaja Palms Owners Association
BPOABlanket Purchase Order Agreement
BPOABlack Psychiatrists of America (Oakland, CA)
BPOABasic Peace Officer Academy
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Started as the black caucus of the American Psychiatric Association, the Black Psychiatrists of America was founded by a handful of African Americans in 1967.
For her tireless efforts to understand and eliminate the effects of racism, the Black Psychiatrists of America have chosen to honor her with its highest membership category, "Distinguished Life Member".
In fact, the Black Psychiatrists of America and the National Medical Association just held their 20th annual transcultural seminar on St.
Harris, a former president of the Black Psychiatrists of America, is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
The co-founder of the Black Psychiatrists of America, Dr.