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Aneurin Bevan Health Branch

SUMMER 2018 EDITION

Marking 70 years of the NHS and 25 years of UNISON

Aneurin Bevan Health UNISON Branch Newsletter Organising News Branch Officers

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70th Anniversary of the NHS 8 Competition Winners Pay News

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Dewis doeth Choose well

On 5th July 1948 the NHS was formed and the architect was Tredegar-born Aneurin Bevan. More coverage inside.

Pay Deal

Welsh Government agree to new pay offer: UNISON members to vote on the deal. See page 11.


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Organising team visits Our organising team try to visit as many of our UNISON members in their workplaces if possible and we want to come to see you in our future visits. If you would like us to come to your workplace please contact the UNISON office on 01633 431766 and we will book your workplace in. We will bring over some goodies and news of what is happening within UNISON.

Officers of the Branch Branch Secretary – Martin Horton Branch Chair – Terry Thurgar Branch Vice Chair – Stefan Senese Branch Treasurer – Tracey Marwick Womens Officer – Julie Coulson Communications Officer – Julian Price Welfare Officer – Gillian Gibbons Education Co-ordinator – Andrea Prince Labour Link Officer – Helen Erasmus Retired Members Officer – Adele Battaglia Young Members Officer (shared) – Katie Coulson Young Members Officer (shared) – Joe Davies Kay Davies – International Officer Jim Drewett – Health & Safety Officer

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The Grange University Hospital Specialist Critical Care Centre

the Grange Project team, have worked hard to ensure the site design is fit for purpose and will best serve the needs of its patients in the future.

One of the most visual signs of progress within the Clinical Futures Programme is the building of the 470 bed Grange University Hospital, which will be an advanced specialist and critical care centre on Llanfrechfa site near Cwmbran. The services that are critical in nature will move from the Royal Gwent Hospital and Nevill Hall Hospital and into the Grange, e.g. Emergency Department, Intensive Care, Cardiology and a Hyper Acute Stroke Unit. Services such as paediatric inpatients, high risk births will also move there. There will be no outpatient clinics at the Grange.

specialised staff are available at The Grange Hospital 24/7 for patients that have a life threatening condition. This will also enable us to develop all our existing local general hospitals to carry out more non-critical care over the coming years. The funding for the hospital was approved by Welsh Government in October 2016 and work started on site during July 2017. Since that time much of the essential groundworks have been completed and four of the six tower cranes have been erected. Working closely with the contractor, Laing O’Rourke,

Much of the building construction is modular and takes place off site, this means that the construction process is very fast. As work has begun there has been an increase in construction workers on site and there is a real buzz of activity – despite the poor weather that was experienced this year! At the Grange University Hospital there could be as many as 600 members of staff on site at any one time – there will be around 600 car park spaces for staff and 300 for visitors. There is a dedicated staff changing area with lockers on Level 0 and smaller lockers for mobile phones and personal items on individual ward areas.

The very latest technology will be used in the hospital and the high geographical location with lovely rural views over Twmbarlwm Mountain will greatly enhance patient recovery. By separating critical treatment from more planned routine care we can ensure that highly

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Know Your Rep: Clare Conway I am a British Association Occupational Therapist Union Representative, affiliated to UNISON. I support members with a variety of issues, and represent Occupational Therapy on the Trade Union Partnership Forum (TUPF). The TUPF is a monthly meeting with the chief executives, which provides the opportunity for Union reps to bring the concerns from the ‘shop floor’ to management, and also allows for negotiation between employees and management prior to changes to working terms and conditions within the trust. I am currently seconded to work as team lead in Occupational Therapy within the Community Resource Team in Torfaen, the role straddles both hospital and community. The team remit is to provide timely and appropriate intervention to residents

Dewis doeth Choose well

within the Borough of Torfaen, to maximise their potential to remain independent, through rehabilitation programmes, care packages, minimising hospital stay and preventing hospital admission. Within a multi-disciplinary team of Physiotherapists, Reablement Technicians, Emergency Care at Home team, Rapid Response Nurses, ward based staff, and Social Services, we are part of a huge network, aiming to provide the best service at the optimum time, in the right environment. With the recent introduction of the Social Care and Wellbeing act, the way we provide care and

intervention is changing, with ABUHB leading the way with the ‘Care Closer to home’ initiative. The new hospital at Llanfrechfa will provide complex and critical care, for the sickest patients, and I anticipate the future role of the therapist to be primarily in the community, which is where most patients achieve their best outcomes! In line with this directive, our team are in the process of integrating with Social Services, aiming to ensure the residents of Torfaen get the best placed intervention, delivered by the best placed Occupational Therapist. Clare Conway

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Awesome Branch trip to Porthcawl (Watch out for the Christmas trip!) On Saturday 30th July UNISON Aneurin Bevan Health Branch and over 100 of its members attended our Summer getaway to Porthcawl. The sun shone bright all day and with buckets and spades in hand our members had a wonderful day on the beach. Our members went free and were joined by their friends and family for only ÂŁ5 each. Look out for our next shopping trip for Christmas 2018. All trips are open to all ABHB UNISON members.

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Message from Retired Members Secretary those days as a Nursing Auxiliary), Registered Nurse, Midwife, Teacher and Education and Development Manager.

My name is Adele Battaglia, although some of you may know me as Adele Hood. I’ve been a member of UNISON my entire career, although in my early career the union was known as COHSE, and I’m sure many of you will remember being members of COHSE too. Last year I embraced some major life changes, I got married, and I retired from the Health Board following a career of 33 years in the NHS. During my career I worked as a Health Care Support Worker (I was known in

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During this time I had the opportunity to work with fabulous staff in all departments and many different careers in the NHS. Did you know that once you retire from the NHS you can continue with lifelong membership of UNISON and all the benefits the union has to offer? If this is something you are interested in please contact the branch office for more details of how to do this. It’s easy to do. As the branch’s Retired Members Secretary I would like to keep in touch with UNISON retired members and I would like to organise some social meetings,

maybe meet up for a chat and a coffee. I would welcome any ideas. If you are approaching retirement or know someone who is retired or about to please contact the UNISON office and let them know if you are willing to share your contact details, so I can keep in touch. It would be good, in future newsletters, to read about life after retirement and what people are up to. Again, if you would like to share any stories, or memories from your time in the NHS please contact the UNISON office and let them know how I can get in touch with you. If you want to stay in UNISON after your retirement it only costs £15 one off payment, you can download a form from www.unison.org.uk/content/ uploads/2018/03/24854.pdf I look forward to keeping in touch.


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Want us to visit your workplace? Over the past 12 months we have visited the wards and communicated with many health board staff and UNISON members. We will be visiting a lot of workplaces over the rest of this year and if you would like us to come and see your workplace then please get in touch. You can even drop us a message via our new app.

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1948: The NHS is born

Everybody, irrespective of means, age, sex or occupation shall have equal opportunity to benefit from the best and most upto-date medical and allied services available.

The National Health Service Act created the NHS in England & Wales. Aneurin Bevan ‘opened’ the NHS at Park Hospital, Davyhulme on 5 July 1948. Northern Ireland and Scotland established their own NHS. For the first time, hospitals, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, opticians, dentists, community nursing and health visitors were brought together to provide free services. Almost all of the 19,000 GPs were men. A third of the 8 million patients treated a year by dentists needed dentures.

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Photos: Trafford Healthcare

Cradle to Grave When the NHS began, so did a national social security benefits system protecting people from ‘cradle to grave’. Working people paid a contribution from their earnings and benefits would be paid to support the unemployed, the sick, the retired and the widowed.


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Aneira Thomas was named by her mother, for the architect of the NHS

Aneira Thomas, the NHS’s first baby Photo: Aneira Thomas

It was coming up to midnight and my mother, who had been in labour for 18 hours, was just about ready to give birth to me. She wanted to push. But the doctors and midwives looked up at the clock on the wall and said, “Stop. Hold on, Edna, hold on.” They knew they were moments away from the start of the National Health Service and wanted me to be the first baby born into this new service. So my mother took a deep breath and held on. That’s how I was born at one minute past midnight on Monday 5 July 1948 – the first NHS baby.

The last 70 years Over the last 70 years, the NHS has transformed the health and wellbeing of the nation and become the envy of the world. The NHS has delivered huge medical advances and improvements to public health, meaning we can all expect to live longer lives. It is thanks to the NHS that we have all but eradicated diseases such as polio and diphtheria, and pioneered new treatments like the world’s first liver, heart and lung transplant. In more recent times, we have seen innovations like mechanical thrombectomy to improve stroke survival, bionic eyes to restore sight, and surgical breakthroughs such as hand transplants.

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Competition Winners Regular readers will know that if you update your details even if you have nothing to change, you will be entered into our monthly draw. In 2018 we will be giving away £25 gift vouchers every month. In 2018 UNISON celebrate its Silver Jubilee year and your branch are looking to make 2018 the best year in the branch’s history.

Pictured is Deb Warren from RGH who won a £25 Gift voucher in May 2018. Our winner in June 2018 was Deb Warren Lisa Byetheway. Fill in the form on page 14 to get your entries in and you could be the next winner of a £25 gift voucher.

Pay offer put forward for members to ballot on The Welsh Government pay offer includes: Going beyond our commitment to the Living Wage Foundation recommendations, with a new rate of £17,460 introduced from 1 April 2018 as the minimum basic pay rate in the NHS and the lowest starting NHS salary increases to £18,005 in 20/21. Investing in higher starting salaries for staff

in every pay band by The majority of NHS staff reforming the pay system will receive a 6.5 per cent to remove overlapping increase over three years. pay points. There will also be Guaranteeing fair basic restructuring of existing pay pay awards for the next bands with a reduction in three years to the staff the number of pay points. who are at the top of pay bands; We will now be engaging with our members to see Guaranteeing fair basic what they think. pay awards and faster progression pay for the It is vital that as many next three years to those members as possible take staff who are not yet on part in the talks on the the top of their pay band. proposed deal.

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Weekly to Monthly Pay Changes UNISON has been working with the health board for the past 12 months to minimise the impact on staff when transferring from weekly to monthly pay.

One to one meetings have been one sessions with staff, set up for all staff involved. HR and unions. All weekly paid staff will receive letters from Human Resources giving more details and dates of one to

If you need support from UNISON please get in touch with us via the contact details below.

Terms and Conditions Update Here’s a payment update for enhancements during sickness absence from 1 January 2018. Following the expiry of the three year Terms and Conditions agreement on 31st December 2017, the Welsh Partnership Forum Strategic Pay Sub Group agreed enhancements will

be included, as part of sick pay, for any sickness absence taken from, or ongoing, on 1 January 2018. The exercise to calculate payments due from 1 January 2018 is currently being undertaken. All eligible staff will be

included in the exercise. The first payment, which will cover the period 1 January 2018 – 30 April 2018 will be included in July 2018 monthly salaries and the weekly pay nearest the July monthly pay date. Payments will then be paid on an ongoing monthly basis.

How to contact the branch Phone: 01633 431766 or 01633 431767 Email: UNISON.office@wales.nhs.uk Facebook: ABHUnison Twitter: UnisonABH Address: UNISON Office, St Cadoc’s Hospital, Lodge Road, Caerleon. NP18 3XQ

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Become a Workplace Representative Representatives are the backbone of UNISON. UNISON Aneurin Bevan Health Branch is always looking for new activists and members who will help build the union. The uniqueness of our branch in that we cover the whole of Gwent and parts of Powys means that we are seeking more representatives to assist in areas where we currently have no cover. As a workplace representative you can: Talk to, recruit and organise members around workplace issues. T alk to members about workplace problems,

advise them and keep them informed of latest developments.  epresent members in R your workplace.  e involved in how your B branch and union is run. So have a look around you, in your workplace – which of your colleagues and fellow union members would you want fighting your corner? Or perhaps you, yourself, feel you could stand up for your workmates, should the need arise.

Being a workplace representative is sometimes hard and challenging, but always rewarding. You would receive training and support from the Branch Office and no previous experience is necessary. You would also be entitled to paid time off from work to attend training courses and meetings and to fulfil your union duties. Please consider contacting us for more information – you would only need to be nominated by two colleagues who are members of the union to be able to get started.

We also need workplace contacts who provide the link between branch Contact us on and members, spreading 01633 431766 or information and helping to build UNISON in workplaces. unison.office@wales.nhs.uk

New UNISON Reps The branch recently held a training day for UNISON members who wished to be trained to represent our members in the workplace. They will soon be helping guide our members back in their workplaces.

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NHS 70th Birthday Party On July 7th 2018 we celebrated 70 years of the NHS with our UNISON members at St Cadocs restaurant. We were proud to be joined by UNISON Assistant General Secretary Roger McKenzie and Newport West AM Jayne Bryant. Pictured here are some of our retired members along with our Retired Members Officer Adele Battaglia.

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