On 19–22 October, the 17th All-Poland Meeting of Childbirth Schools was held in Kołobrzeg. The conference had 150 participants who discussed the role of the midwife in perinatal care. It was another event where Patrycja Wizińska-Socha, the originator of Pregnabit, gave a lecture on teleCTG and the possibilities that it opens for the obstetrician’s individual work with a pregnant patient. The conference in Kołobrzeg included many interesting lectures, .e.g. by Leokadia Jędrzejewska, the national consultant on nursing in gynaecology and obstetrics. The lecture on the mobile CTG was perfectly suited to the event’s agenda and aroused interest among midwives. We made many valuable contacts, e.g. with Agnieszka Kamińska-Nowak, President of the Polandwide Association of Family Midwives, the provincial consultant on nursing in gynaecology and obstetrics as well as Professor Beata Pięta, President of the Polish Association of Midwives, says Ewelina Bąk, Partner Relationship Manager at Nestmedic. We also took the opportunity to organize a contest where the prize was teleCTG Pregnabit. The device was awarded to Karolina Perlitius, a midwife working at the dynamic and thriving Centre of Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Neonatology in Opole.