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rapport

 [rah-por´]
a relation of harmony and accord, as between the patient and the health care provider.

rap·port

(ra-pōr),
1. A feeling of relationship, especially when characterized by emotional affinity.
2. A conscious feeling of harmonious accord, trust, empathy, and mutual responsiveness between two or more people (for example, physician and patient) that fosters the therapeutic process.
[Fr.]

rapport

/rap·port/ (rah-por´) a relation of harmony and accord, as between patient and physician.

rapport

[rapôr′]
Etymology: Fr, agreement
a sense of mutuality and understanding; harmony, accord, confidence, and respect underlying a relationship between two persons, which is an essential bond between a therapist and patient. It should be distinguished from transference, which is unconscious.

rapport

Psychiatry Harmonious accord and mutual responsiveness that contributes to a Pt's confidence in the therapist and willingness to work cooperatively

RAPPORT

Cardiology A clinical trial–ReoPro® and primary PTCA organization and randomized trial

rap·port

(ră-pōr')
1. A feeling of relationship, especially when characterized by emotional affinity.
2. A conscious feeling of accord, trust, empathy, and mutual responsiveness between two or more people (e.g., physician and patient) that fosters the therapeutic process.

rap·port

(rap-ōr')
Conscious feeling of harmonious accord, trust, and mutual responsiveness between two or more people (e.g., dentist and patient) that fosters the therapeutic process.
[Fr.]

rapport,

n a sense of mutuality and understanding; harmony, accord, confidence, and respect underlying a relationship between two persons; an essential bond between a therapist and patient.
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Later, Spencer-Oatey (2000) proposed a rapport management framework and described how to overcome the weaknesses of politeness theory such as countering face-threatening acts (FTAs) (Brown & Levinson, 1978).
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The physical setting of the playroom plays an especially important role in establishing initial rapport and may include visual and manipulative materials to encourage communication about the child's socio-cultural background.
At this stage, after building some degree of rapport and trust with the subject and receiving clear verbal and behavioral indications that he is ready to consider alternative solutions, the negotiation team consistently, subtly, and deliberately should move him toward resolution of the situation.
Considering the literal meaning of the word rapport, a better understanding might come about when focus is placed upon restoring natural trust and removing unnatural barriers to it.
Now, they have some easy and fun rapport with the librarian and will have an easier time asking questions.
That both cohorts exhibited similar relationships between counseling rapport and treatment outcome support[s] counseling rapport as an important component of the treatment process for drug abuse," they said.
An interviewer begins this procedure by building rapport and encouraging the witness to take an active role in recalling information rather than responding only to someone else's questions.
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489 DT, soit une baisse de 36 % par rapport a l'exercice 2016.

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