Free Drug Interactions Crossword Puzzle

In the challenging world of pharmacology, recognizing drug interactions is paramount to ensuring patient safety and optimal treatment outcomes. To make this complex subject more engaging and accessible, we’ve introduced a unique approach – a crossword puzzle that challenges both healthcare professionals and enthusiasts to navigate the labyrinth of drug interactions.

The answers to our drug interaction crossword puzzle can be found at the end of this blog post.

You should just be able to click on the boxes above and start typing in your answers.

If you are looking for more information on drug interactions besides this free crossword puzzle,, I have numerous case studies and other blog posts which can be found here.

In addition to the blog posts, I have put together an entire book of important drug interactions in primary care that will be useful for nearly all healthcare professionals! You can find that book here.

I hope you enjoy this free pharmacology crossword puzzle! I think it is a great way to assess your skills in a non-intimidating fashion! Maybe it will help give you a little preparation if you have a board exam (NAPLEXBCPSBCACPBCGP, or BCMTMS) coming up soon as well!

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  1. Kevin Kachurak

    I loved solving this puzzle!! I was able to complete all of the clues off of the top of my head without looking at the answer key!! I want to print this to give to my pharmacist colleagues, but the puzzle runs into the clues when I try to print the puzzle & clues. Is there anyway that this can be fixed? Thanks!!

    • Eric Christianson

      It looks like the program that I use only allows that format but I will take a look and see if there is anything else I can do! I do have a print book available but obviously that isn’t free – you can find that here if interested –

  2. BriceWagner

    i just rescaled it to get the puzzle on one page and the questions on another. i think it was a 67% scale?


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Written By Eric Christianson

January 17, 2024

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