According to the Library of Leeds University, a "search strategy is an organised structure of key terms used to search a database. The search strategy combines the key concepts of your search question in order to retrieve accurate results.
Your search strategy will account for all:
Each database works differently so you need to adapt your search strategy for each database. You may wish to develop a number of separate search strategies if your research covers several different areas.
It is a good idea to test your strategies and refine them after you have reviewed the search results"
Leed University Library. (2023). Literature searching explained. Available at: https://library.leeds.ac.uk/info/1404/literature_searching/14/literature_searching_explained/4 (Accessed: 28.02.2023)