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RSRadio Shack
RSRally Sport (Chevrolet Camaro)
RSRio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
RSResolution
RSRussia
RSReed-Solomon (error-correction code)
RSRolling Stone (magazine)
RSRailway Station
RSRelief Society
RSRed Sea
RSResult Set
RSRight Side
RSRequest to Send
RSRemote Sensing
RSRoyal Society
RSRestore (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
RSRuneScape (game)
RSReligious Studies
RSRoom Service
RSRoof Spoiler (automobiles)
RSRenaultsport (race car)
RSRupees (Indian, Sri Lankan, & Pakistani Currency)
RSRunescape (computer game)
RSRelative Strength
RSRapid Start (fluorescent light bulbs)
RSResearch Scientist (various locations)
RSReference Standard (various locations)
RSRoadside (vehicle design)
RSRennsport (English: Motorsport)
RSRallye Sport (Ford Motor Company; Europe)
RSReliable Source
RSResearch Staff
RSReference Signal
RSRocket Ship
RSRepublika Srpska (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
RSRajya Sabha (India)
RSRuns Scored (sports)
RSRadio Silence
RSRecruiting Station (US DoD)
RSRavi Shankar (Indian musician)
RSReservation System
RSRed Shirt (Star Trek)
RSRainbow Six (game)
RSRotary Switch
RSRecommended Standard
RSSystem Reliability
RSRed Steel (gaming, Nintendo Wii)
RSReasonable Suspicion (legal standard)
RSReach Stacker (construction equipment)
RSRackmount Server
RSResearch Summaries (DTIC)
RSRichter Scale
RSRadio Star
RSRingo Starr (musician)
RSReference Station (software)
RSSocial Movement (Poland)
RSRecord Separator (character)
RSRogue Spear (game)
RSReset Key
RSRouter Solicitation
RSRapid-Share (file transfer service)
RSRobert Schumann (classical composer)
RSReplacement Service (unit; insurance)
RSRecording Secretary
RSReceiving Ship (various locations)
RSRocket Scientist
RSRuby & Sapphire (Pokemon games)
RSReduction Strategies (in Rewriting and Programming)
RSResistant Starch
RSRubber Soul (Beatles album)
RSRockstar Games
RSResponse Support
RSRemote Station
RSReligious Support (US DoD)
RSRaven Shield (computer game)
RSRegional Stability
RSRadio Science
RSRun Support (baseball; runs scored for a pitcher per 9 innings)
RSRoyal Selangor
RSRanger Station (US NPS)
RSRelay System
RSReed-Sternberg (Cell)
RSRange Safety
RSRegional Summary (various organizations)
RSReye's Syndrome
RSRead Set
RSReverse Split (stocks)
RSRockwell Software
RSReconnaissance Squadron
RSRevised Statute
RSRichard Simmons (fitness personality)
RSRetail System
RSReturn Specialist (football)
RSRoyal Scots (British Regiment)
RSReligious Science
RSRaster Scan
RSRough Set (theory)
RSRelay Satellite
RSRequirement Specification
RSRice Starch
RSRoad Space
RSRussian Segment
RSRoad Sweeper
RSReconnaissance and Surveillance
RSRead Signal (Nortel)
RSRegistered Sanitarian (NEHA credential)
RSRadiation Sensor
RSRadar Set
RSReduced Strength
RSRankin Scale (medicine)
RSRedemptionis Sacramentum
RSRising Stem (valve)
RSRegenerator Section
RSRequest for Support
RSReport of Survey
RSSpearman Rank-Order Correlation
RSRestraint and Seclusion
RSRadiated Susceptibility
RSRoger Staubach
RSReconciliation Sublayer
RSRoad Survey
RSRegistration Standard
RSRun Steel
RSRequirement Submission (US DoD)
RSRedundancy Switch
RSRouter Shelf (Cisco)
RSRecord of Survey
RSRow Space (mathematics)
RSReputation Service (email investigation authority)
RSRoll Stabilization
RSRequirements Statement
RSRadio Spares (UK electronic component supplier)
RSRepublika Sprska
RSRover Scout
RSRolls Series (Oxford Rolls Series, used by historians in bibliographies)
RSRozgar Samachar (Hindi magazine)
RSRate Synthesizer (US DoD)
RSResistance Soldering
RSRegion Server
RSRedirection Server
RSRevised Status
RSReconnaissance & Strike
RSReverse Shear
RSRegulating Station
RSRadio Supervisor (UK naval petty officer rating)
RSRadiation Status
RSRhyothemis Semihyalina (dragonfly species)
RSRemote Survey
RSReporting Senior (military)
RSRemote Sentry
RSReactive Search (predictive analysis)
RSRadiation Susceptibility
RSResource Sponsor
RSRole Specialization
RSRadiocommunications Sector
RSRinged Sideroblast (blood disorders)
RSRhythmic Stabilization (PNF technique)
RSResume Sheet
RSRareshare
RSRebel Squadrons (Star Wars gaming fan group)
RSReactive Scheduling
RSRothschild-Stiglitz (insurance model)
RSReforesting Scotland (UK)
RSRestricted Staff
RSReceive Segment
RSRoute Stability
RSRegimental Support
RSRadioactive Shipments
RSReplenishment Spares
RSRat Stuff (polite form, Australian slang, poor quality or broken)
RSRemotely Settable (Fuze)
RSRichtschütze (German: Gunner)
RSRealty Section
RSRobin Sena (anime)
RSRimming Steel
RSRow Seeder
RSRosyth School (Singapore)
RSReactor Starting
RSRandom Sean (band)
RSRadio Set/System
RSRobotic Servicer
RSRapid Shooter (Canon EOS 1N camera)
RSReferral Score
RSRainier Symphony (Seattle, WA)
RSReprocessing Specification
RSUS Revenue Private Die Medicine (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RSRehabaid Society
RSRiot Squad Counter-Strike Clan (Dallas, TX)
RSDCS/Recruiting Service (USAF)
RSReached Surface Time
RSRecommended Schedule/Standard
RSRelocation/Reconstruction Site
RSRuhunu Sisila (Sri Lankan organization)
RSResourceStorage (architectural engineering web services)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Josh Cockroft, R-Wanette, authored a bill that would ban the use of physical restraint and seclusion on students as a form of punishment or discipline, allowing it only if the students posed an immediate threat to themselves or others.
Utilization of restraint and seclusion. Chicago, IL: Advocate Health Care.
Restraint and seclusion: A review of the literature.
"I think the consensus is that restraint and seclusion should never be used on a regular basis as a way to discipline children or respond to misbehavior," Ciolfi says.
Department of Education, Restraint and Seclusion: Resource Document.
The use of restraint and seclusion procedures to manage significant behavioral issues has moved with these students into the school setting (Ryan & Peterson, 2004).
Tom Harkin, chair of the Senate education committee, introduced legislation that would ban restraint and seclusion in most school settings.
This failure was based upon the advice of the Office of the Virginia Attorney General ("OAG") that the use of a manual hold on a patient when administering medically necessary treatment with the consent of the guardian violates the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' ("CMS") restraint and seclusion regulation, 42 CFR [section] 482.13(e).
In recent years, there have been major concerns expressed regarding the use of restraint and seclusion to control the behavior of children with disabilities and/or challenging behavior.