A. For broad overview searches, type terms in the Quick Search box. For phrases, use a single or double quote around the phrase.
B. As you type, you’ll see suggested matching terms from Emtree.
C. You can use Boolean operators AND and OR to connect your various search terms.
D. Add additional search fields with this option.
E. Limit your search by publication years with these options. The default setting searches all years.
F. Limit your Quick Search to certain record types, like randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews.
G. Click here for more search tips.
Finding a few good good articles on a particular topic can be very easy.
Think about how to state your question as specifically as possible:
Identify the key words in your question:
Type the key words into the Quick Search box:
Embase searches for these keywords in the article title, abstract and subject headings. It does not search the full text of the article.
Results show up with the most recently published articles first in a summary formatted list. Click on the title for more information about a single article; change your search by adding, editing, or deleting terms in the search box; narrow your search by adding in one or more of the Results Filters along the left side of the results page; or change the Sort By option to view the most relevant articles first, as judged by Embase algorithms.
A. Select Advanced on the Embase home screen to open Advanced Search
B. Enter a search word or phrase such as 'cancer gene therapy'
C. Use the orange bullets to edit Mapping options. The selected options above are the default options in Embase.
D. Use the limiters to the right of Mapping to narrow your search. These limiters include Date, Sources (Embase, MEDLINE, etc.), EBM (Cochrane Review, Systematic Review, etc.), Publication types (article, conference paper, etc.) and more.
E. Click 'Search' to run your search.
F. Click on 'Search Tips' for more information and tips on Advanced Searching in Embase.
A. You can edit and/or re-run the currently selected search in this field.
B. Your search history for your current session is shown here. Select any search in your history to recall the results. Use the top bar to save, delete, prepare for printing, export, or share via email. Use the bottom options to set an email alert or RSS feed for this search, review the search string or examine the indexing terms.
C. Use the Results Filters to refine the search by selecting sources, drug or device trade names, diseases, subheadings, etc.
D. You can see the number of results that will be returned by applying a given filter. You can export filtered data by clicking Export, which is found at the bottom of each open filter.
E. Select results using the checkboxes in the result line or select the whole set using the checkbox beside Results.
F. Use these options to print or export your selection or send it as an email. You can also add it to your Clipboard.