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Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19

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Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19. / Gribble, Rachael; Connelly, Vincent; Fear, Nicola.

In: Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, 2020.

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Gribble, R, Connelly, V & Fear, N 2020, 'Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19', Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.CO19-005

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Gribble, R., Connelly, V., & Fear, N. (2020). Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.CO19-005

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Gribble R, Connelly V, Fear N. Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. 2020. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.3138/jmvfh.CO19-005

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Gribble, Rachael ; Connelly, Vincent ; Fear, Nicola. / Living a life less ordinary: What UK military families can teach the families of essential workers responding to COVID-19. In: Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health. 2020.

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