The CP Research Network investigators have been invited to submit a full PCORI application for the Large Pragmatic Studies to Evaluate Patient-Centered Outcomes – Spring 2015 Cycle which closes on July 31, 2015. Dr. Richard Stevenson of the University of Virginia is the lead Principle Investigator in the study entitled “Comparative Effectiveness of Major Surgical Treatments for Cerebral Palsy: Child and Family Reported Outcomes to Aid Decision Making.” This study, if funded, will fill a critical information gaps in the treatment of children with CP for clinicians and patient families. Children between the ages of 2 and 12 that are considered candidates for surgical interventions will be enrolled at 10 to 15 sites within the network. Site selection will be completed before the end of June 2015. The study is expected to enroll 2500 patients in the first two years of accrual.