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BVABritish Veterinary Association (London, UK)
BVABoard of Veterans' Appeals
BVABritish Video Association
BVABlinded Veterans Association
BVABond Van Adverteerders (Dutch Association of Advertisers)
BVABilling Validation Application
BVABusiness Value Analysis
BVABusiness Value Assessments
BVABoite Vitesse Automatique
BVABoundary Value Analysis (test data)
BVABoston Vegan Association (Boston, MA)
BVABachelor of Visual Arts
BVABelle Vernon Area (Pennsylvania)
BVABritish Voice Association (UK)
BVABritish Voice Association (London, UK)
BVABoite de Vitesse Automatique (French: Automatic Gearbox)
BVABrian Vander Ark (singer)
BVABond van Vlaamse Architecten (Dutch: Association of Flemish Architects; Belgium)
BVABest-Corrected Visual Acuity
BVABusiness Value Added
BVABeirut Veterans of America
BVABettina Von Arnim Gymnasium
BVABudget Versus Actual (financial reporting)
BVABrighton Volunteer Ambulance (New York)
BVABudget Variance Analysis (finance)
BVABureau of Veterans' Appeals
BVABall-Valve Assembly (drilling industry)
BVABidirectional Viterbi Algorithm
BVABerufsverband der Augenärzte Deutschlands eV (German: Association of Ophthalmologists of Germany, Düsseldorf)
BVABuena Vista Academy
BVABrulé Ville et Associés (French polling agency)
BVABreach Variance Agreement
BVABest Value Assessment
BVABond Volunteer Aspirant
BVABarbarian Versus All (gaming, Diablo 2)
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Organizations such as the Voice Foundation in the United States, the British Voice Association and the British Laryngological Association in the United Kingdom, the Australian Voice Foundation in Australia, and others, act as catalysts for multidisciplinary learning, teaching, and training.
The British Voice Association also hopes to raise awareness of the treatments available to those who have suffered with voice difficulties or loss.
In a chapter entitled "Ripple Effect," Howe identifies associations and institutions whose inception is linked to the influence of the Foundation, including the National Center for Voice and Speech (originally the Denver Center for Performing Arts), the Canadian Voice Care Foundation, and the British Voice Association. Otolaryngologist C.
Gilman presents workshops and paper presentations at professional conferences, including the Voice Foundation Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, American Speech Hearing Association, University of California San Francisco Voice conference, the International Conference on the Physiology and Acoustics of the Singing Voice, and the British Voice Association Choice for Voice 2008 conference.
On 10, 11, and 12 July, 2008 the British Voice Association will collaborate with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Barbican Centre, London to present a memorable conference, Choice for Voice 2008.
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