If you are searching the internet to find reports that are not published in medical journals, it is recommended that you use phrase searches to find more relevant results, for example:
coronavirus OR "coronavirus pneumonia" OR “COVID-19” OR “2019 novel coronavirus infection” OR “2019-nCoV”
When you do a keyword [All Field] search in PubMed, the results automatically include a subject heading [MeSH] search.
Search strategy to copy and paste into PubMed to search for coronavirus articles:
("coronavirus"[MeSH Terms] OR "coronavirus"[All Fields])
Sort your results by most recent.
Add a 5 year date limit if required.
To combine this search with another topic: do a new search for your second topic and then click on Advanced Search to view your search history.
Click on the Details arrow and Add each topic to the search builder, combine them with AND, and click on Search.
Open Scopus from the A-Z LibGuides page and click on the Advanced tab. Copy and paste the following search string and click on Search:
TITLE-ABS-KEY(coronavirus OR "Middle East respiratory syndrome" OR "Severe acute respiratory syndrome" OR "Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus" OR "Feline infectious peritonitis virus" OR "Murine hepatitis virus" OR "Avian infectious bronchitis virus") AND RECENT(60)
Search for coronavirus in the Title Abstract Keyword fields and click on the Clinical Trials tab to view registered trials if there are no relevant systematic reviews published yet.